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THE   HA1;DJ¥ 

OLLECTION  OF  CHURCH  MUSIC; 


.SELECTED  AND  ARRANGED 

HAYDN,    HANDEL, 

WINTER,    WEBER, 

MENDELSSOHN,  CHERUBIM, 

^TOGETHER   WITH  MANY 


FROM   THE   WORKS   OF 

'   MOZART,  BEETHOVEN,! 
PAER,    ROSSINI,     8 
AND  OTHERS. 

ORIGINAL  COMPOSITIONS. 


NEW  YORK,  A.  S.  BA] 


B.    F.    BAKER, 

DIRECTOR  OK  MUSIC  AT  CHAKMKO   STREET   CHURCH, 

Ii.    H.    SOITT1ARD 

ORGANISX  AT  ESSEX  STRi  -CII. 


PUBLISHED 


5.  BARNES  &  CO.,  CADY  &  BUB&ESS;  PHILA1 

BANGOR.    WILLIAM  LE-W1 


PE]RCE. 

AUK  &  CO.;  PORTLAND,  'JUNE,  SANDORN  &  CARTK 

IV. 


9 

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Divisioa 


■  ion 


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THE    HAYDHT 

COLLECTION  OF  CHURCH  MUSIC 


■ 


SELECTED  AND  ARRANGED 

HAYDN,    HANDEL, 

WINTER,    WEBER, 

MENDELSSOHN,  CHERUBINI, 

TOGETHER   WITH  MANY 


5 


FROM   THE   WORKS   OF 

MOZART,  BEETHOVEN, 

PAER,    ROSSINI, 

AND  OTHERS. 

ORIGINAL  COMPOSITIONS. 


HAYDN 


B.    F.    BAKER, 

DIRECTOR  OF   MUSIC   AT  t'HASSISG    STREET  CHURCH, 

Lu    H.    SOUTHARD, 

ORGANIST   AT  ESSEX   STREET   CHURCH. 

BOSTON: 

PUBLISHED    BY    CHARLES    II.    PEIRCE. 

NEW  YORK,  A.  S.  BARNES  &  CO.,  CADY  &  BURGESS;  PHILADELPHIA,  THOMAS,  COWPERTHWAITE  &  CO.;  PORTLAND,  MAINE,  SANBORN  &  CARTER 

BANGOR,    WILLIAM  LEWIS;    HARTFORD,  CONNECTICUT,    W.  J.  HAMMERSLEY. 

1  850. 


PREFACE. 


The  Editors  of  the  Haydn  Collection,  in  preparing  this  work  for  the  press,  have  had  three 
objects  constantly  in  view  ;  first  to  present  music  of  a  very  high  order;  second,  to  have  the 
music  as  easy  of  execution  as  possible,  provided  always  that  true  musical  effect  and  excellence 
should  never  in  any  instance  be  sacrificed  to  mere  facility;  and  third,  to  select  music  of  a 
character  that  should  harmonize  well  with  the  various  hymns  (some  of  them  of  great  lyric 
beauty.)  in  use  among  Christians  ol  different  denominations. 

And  although  such  a  remark  may  savor  of  presumption,  they  cannot  help,  on  reviewing  the 
result  of  their  labors,  some  feeling  of  self-congratulation  ;  some  slight  tinge  of  pride  does  in 
fact,  mingle  with  the  emotions  under  which  they  present  "The  Haydn  Collection"  to  the 
Public,  and  they  believe  that  to  be  a  false  modesty,  which  would  prevent  any  author  from  sav- 
ing something  about  what  he  conceives  to  be  the  peculiar  excellencies  of  his  work,  especially 
when  that  work  puts  forth  claims  of  more  than  ordinary  magnitude  upon  public  favor,  claims 
isting  upon  quite  different  grounds  than  those  upon  which  patronage  is  most  frequently 
demanded  and  accorded. 

By  far  the  greater  portion  or  the  music  contained  in  the  following  pages,  has  been  culled 

with  great  c.^rc  from  the  works  of  the  classic  authors;  the  Oratorios  and   Anthems  of  Handel 

and  the  Oratorios,  Masses,  and  Motetts  of  Haydn  and  Mozart,  the  sublime  sacred  compositions 

rubilli   have    ill   been  studied  with  this  end  in  view;  the  numerous  and  highly  beautiful 

I  .hi  Winter,  an  author  but  little  known  in  this  country,  have  also  received 

much  attention  from  the  editors,  who  have  selected  from  them  manv  gems  of  exquisite  beauty 

•ill  be  found  scattered  among  other  compositions  not  less  worthy  of  notice. 

Now  unprejudiced  minds,  whether  music  from  such  sources,  music  which 

Das  e3"  miration  and  heightened  the  devotion  of  thousands  of  refined  and  cultivated 

minds  !  '   irs-  music   Which  has  stood   the  test  of  that  stern  old  critic,   Time    is  not 

likely  to  be  better,  and  more  worthy   of  use  in  our  churches,  than   meagre  compositions  of 

persons  of  limited  skill  and  small  attainments 

is  ere  itet  in  this  work,  than  in  any  similar  collection  known  to 
the  editors  ;   we  mean  of  course,  the  real  variety,  not  the  mere  number  of  tunes  or  piece*  ■  but 
•  nt  omotioms  expressed  by  the  music,  from  the  brilliancy  of  Han- 
del, the  sober  gravity  ot   the   choral,  to  the  soothing  Andantes  of  Mozart  and    Winter    or   the 
graceful  tenderness  of  Haydn.  ' 


grace 
Here 


found  the  majestic  sweetness  of  the  Gregorian  style,  the  energetic,  nervous 
•   the  melodic  beauty  and  rhythmic  regularity  of  Rossini, 


manne 

Bi  ethoven,  the  imoothly-flowin 


,  the  impassioned  soni- 

,  v:""'*:",',  '  "' ■    "!  Mendelssohn,  the  earnest  joyousness 

ol  webei    u  I  the  tender  melancholy  ol   Hummel  and  Schubert. 

,    '"  "' Lntbems,  Hymns  for  various  occasions,  and  short  pieceifor  Voluntaries 

!'er°re  ■  '  M  ' \;  ''  '"•  Haydn  Collection  "  is  believed  to  present  features  of  unusual 

I  and  usefalne  I      Many  of  the  hymn-tunes  have  been   so  arranged  that  thev  may   be 

appropriately  performed  as  set-pieces   or  Hymns  on  manv  occasions.     The  two  anthems  by 


singers,  but  have  in  all  cases  treated  the  subjects  with  reference  tomusical  -ftC      ,n  ?u     f, 

amni,vareto„?Pear/'ar<1  *°  "'  pCrS°nS'  iJ  ls  ^V  ,hat  *-  %£&*?«&&&  induce  «d 

amply  compensate  for,  any  amount  of  study  and  practice  that  may  be"  bestowed 

1  he  elementary  portion  has  been  re-written  with  the  greatest  care  and  enriched  with  ,„, 
many  new  Exercises;  the  attention  of  teachers  in  particular  Is  requesedt  his  £2 
which  differs  materially  from  the  course  of  elementary  instruction  foundTn  most  «",rks  <>/.!» 
School /  eXPen«°Ce  °f  the  Seni°r  Edlt0r'  as  mMic3  Buperintendent  of  th ^Boston t  1 
^  ^°ls-; convinced  him  some  time  since  that  the  old  system  was  not  only  defective  but  ln 
dV  fhe"^an?SCOnirad'Ct0ry'  and  that  man-v  ofthe  explanations  and  rules  se  rved o rlv't  „vs- 
tifv  the  scholar   and  convey  wrong  impressions,  where  thev  conveyed  any  at  all  *  ' 

I  his  matter  he  attempted  and  with  considerable  success,  to  rectify  in  the''  Element-,™ 
Music  Book."  now  in  use  in  the  Boston  Grammar  Schools,  which  system  of  elemental  jZ 
struc  ion  was  copied  ,n   «  The  Timbrel"  published  not  long  after ;  but  in  the   <<  Ha"  1,  , 

ton,    many  improvements  have  been  made,  and  this  system  is  now  firmlv  believed  to  I  e ,    , '" 
thorough,  correct,  cons.stent  and  easy  of  comprehension,  than  any  ,o  he  found  at  the pr, sen" 

The  Editors  are  led  to  speak  thus  confidently  of  their  work,  from  the  fact  that  durinir  the, 
compilation,  from  the  very  first,  they  attempted  not  to  please  a  party  or  sec.,  to  gratify  tbi.  or 
that  prejudice  or  taste,  but  to  produce  a  work  which  thev  could  conscientiously  recommend 
to  th| nr  friends  as  one  eminently  calculated  to  fill  the  void  felt   and   acknowledged  by    so   „   ,    ' 

people  of  discrimination,  and  which  shl at  the  same  time  gratify  and  refine  the  musical    as    , 

and  excite  and  heighten  the  religion,  reelings  of  those  among  whom  it  mighl  be  used 

U  ith  these  remarks  the  Editors  place  their  hook  before  the  Public,  In. si,,,-  and  believino 
thai  .he  more  and  the  longer  the  Haydn  Collection  is  used,  the  more  will  its  various  excelled 
cies  be  felt  and  acknowledged.  "*voueu 


Entered  according  to  Act  of  Congress,  in  the  year  1850,  by 
B.    F.    BAKER, 
In  the  Clerk's  Office  of  the  District  Court  for  the  District  of  Massachusetts. 


6TEREOTYI'ED    BY   A.    It.    KIDDER,    7    CORXHII.L. 


METRICAL    INDEX. 


L.  M.     Double. 

Barlow. 44 

Danville. 45 

Harvanl(for  8  voices.)49 

Leipsic. 4  7 

Mount  Moriah. 43 

Oilcans 41 

Pomfret. 40 

Shaftesbury. 4(5 

Sharon 42 

L.  M.  6  lines,  or  L.P.M. 

Boscawen 58 

Boxford   56 

Chapel   143 

Chester 54 

Clarendon 52 

Dresden 55 

Keene 5  7 

Middleborough 144 

Milan • 53 

St.  Helen 145 

AVeston 142 

L.  M. 

Ancester 86 

Andover 87 

Antigua    79 

Armley   (lor   men's  voi- 
ces)     206 

Bath 81 

Bavaria 62 

Bennington 62 

Bethlehem 84 

Birmingham' 70 

Boston 75 

Braintree 77 

Cadiz 59 

Canton 73 

Catholic  Chant 68 

Darmstadt     72 

Dayton 79 

Dudley 06 


Gardner 81 

Georgia 67 

Grafton 77 

Gregory 65 

Hartford 80 

Havre 85 

Hermanstadt 59 

Huntley 82 

Ipswich 61 

Lucerne  (for  men's 

voices) 206 

Malta 65 

Maiden 68 

Medfbrd 66 

Missionary  Chant  •  •  •  74 

Montpelier 60 

Mt,  Holly  No.  1 64 

Mt.  Holly  No.  2 64 

Nashua 75 

Neponset 85 

Nye 78 

Offenbach 83 

Oxford 70 

Potsdam 63 

Providence  (major)-  -76 
Providence  (minor)  •  ■  76 

Quiehee 71 

Reading 69 

Roxbury    67 

Rutland 60 

Sandwich 74 

Sorrcntum 69 

Springton 83 

Strafford 84 

Syria 72 

Wurtemburgh 63 

Ware 73 

Wenharo 48 

C.  M.     Double. 

Ackron 89 

Canterbury 90 

Eliot 94 


Groves 96 

Hanover 93 

Louisville 88 

Melrose -95 

Munich 91 

1'awtucket 92 

Sandusky 115 


C.  M.  6  lines. 


Keller 


•97 


C.  M. 

Ading 109 

Alton 116 

Anton 119 

Avon 112 

Beaufort 117 

Beverly 101 

Bradford 123 

Calista 1 24 

Carlsrue 100 

Charleston 106 

Chelsea 112 

Coburgh lo7 

Comorn 123 

( Cumberland 102 

Detroit 105 

Fryburgh(for  men's 

voices) 207 

Gaeta 1  OS 

Garland 114 

Gloucester 1 03 

Greenfield HI 

Gridle\ 120 

Goldau  N>.  1 113 

(loldau  No.  2 113 

Groton 106 

Hadley 119 

Hammersmith 100 

Hard  wick 102 

Lendemar  125 

Linedale 110 

Lyme 108 


Lynn 99 

Man 124 

Nantueket 110 

Natick 101 

Newbury 114 

Orford 118 

Pesth 121 

Pesaro 108 

Plainlleld 122 

Putney 122 

Riga(formen'svoices)20 

Rupert  (Major) 98 

Rupert(Minor) 98 

Saltzburgb 118 

Seville 125 

Southfield 107 

St.  Anthony 104 

Thornton 103 

Tyre Ill 

Vesper 120 

Walcott 104 

Waterbury 121 

Wiltshire 99 

Woburn 109 

S.  M.  Double. 

Calderon 13 

Cheshire 128 

Dunrossness 195 

Franconia 131 

Kenil  worth 129 

Ogdensburtrh 126 


S.  M. 

Amherst 

Appia 

Beethoven  •  •  • 

Bovlston 

Dixwell 

Dunsinane  •  •  • 

Enfield • 

Farmington  >) 
Mandeville-  •  • 


•  •132 
••13! 

•  -132 
••139 

•  -136 

•  -33  7 

•  •139 

•  -138 
••127 


Mornington 185 

Norwich 135 

Pastoral 138 

Patterson 133 

Rustan  (for  men's 

voices) 207 

Saco 130 

Sargino 136 

St.  Francis 140 

Templeton 140 

Vandalia 134 

Wirt 133 

Wiscasset 1 30 

Yendor 127 

7s.     Double. 

Beulah 171 

Castleton 168 

Erie 184 

Florence 165 

Ryland 177 


Annesley 171 

Anonyma 175 

Atkinson 166 

Bath 170 

Canselli IS  1 

Como 178 

Concord 1  64 

Corinth 181 

Danvers 169 

Dolores 167 

Glasglow 164 

Hampden 167 

Hansen 17  2 

Kelly 181 

Merrick 1  75 

Mutabile 201 

Nashville 170 

Newton 178 

Northampton 171 

Xuremburg 182 


Prayer 183 

Tangier 182 

Vining 172 

Waldgrave 244 

Wayland 166 

Wellaad 179 

7s,  or  8s  &  7s. 
Mt.  Pleasant  (Double) 
180 

Nolden 179 

Worthing 183 

7s,  six  lines. 
Charles  Street  •  ••  --176 
Winnisimmet 179 

8s  &  7s. 

Consolation 18S 

Dantena 192 

Dartmouth 193 

Elndorf 192 

8s  &  7s.     Double. 

Danforth 189 

Drummond 186 

Doani 191 

Jalapa 19o 

St.  Luke 187 

Vinedale 185 

Bs,  7s  &  4s. 
Calvary 197 

Littleton,  or  8s  &  7s.  19s 
Shelden,or  8s  &  7s.  20:; 

Smvrna 205 

Tande  1 200 

Wicklow 200 

Worcester 204 

II.  M. 

Albany 1 56 

Betton 163 

Gaza 158 


Genoa 157 

Lancaster 160 

Lebanon 162 

Maverick 160 

Brague 159 

Rundlett 161 

Siloam 158 

Thompson 155 

Weymouth 154 

C.  IL  M. 

Carlesque 226 

St.  John 226 

s.  17  m. 

Montgomery   234 

L.l\  M. 

Chapel    143 

Middleborough  •  •  •  -144 

Sl.  Helen     •" 145 

Weston   142 

(See  L.  M.  six  lines.) 

c.~p7  M. 

Candia    148 

Noel       151 

Ogilvic     150 

Rapture  ■> 149 

Wesley     146 

Woodvillc    117 

s.TTm. 

Barnes     152 

(billon     152 

Milford    153 

r  m. 

'  anaan    221 

1  lercford 141 

Marion     211 

8s.      Double. 

Cephalonia 210 

Goshen    209 

Jerusalem  300 


INDEX. 


8s,  6s  &  5s. 
Willinjiford     239 

8s  &  4s.     Double. 
Eantansette     234 

i  Is.  (Peculiar.) 

aingen   i"-':t 

Peace 196 

8s,  6s  &  4s. 
Thomas 198 

8s,  3s  &  6. 
Sebeth     223 

8s  &  9s. 
Rabel 233 

8s.      (Peculiar.) 
Maker 196 

7s  &  6s.     Double. 

A  -  •  i  .ria    194 

plin    301 

Bomaine 299 

7s  &  6s. 

St.  Stephen*  202 

St.  Dun-tan  (PecuL)199 

7s  &  - 
Quincy    103 

7s,  8s  &  6. 
Palmer     229 

7s  &  os. 
Sedley 238 

6  s. 
Nalley  (Double) 
Linton 202 

6s,  8s  &  4s. 
Wallingford    227 

6s  &  4s. 
Sudbury   (Double.)  218 


Hudson   208 

Thamar 219 

Seta  (  Peculiar.)     •  -208 
ermark  (Pecul.)225 

6s  &  os. 
Friendship 291 

5s  &  10s,  or  10s  &  5s. 
Michigan    214 

5s  &  8s. 
Malacca 238 

5s,  7s  &  4. 
Brattleboro 220 

5s  &  6s. 

Belgrade 224 

Newcastle   228 

9s  &  8s. 
Bowery   213 

10s. 

Laneville    212 

Monmouth 217 

1 0s  &  lis. 

Ascription 216 

Frankfort    212 

Sutton  (or  lis)-  •  ■  -224 

10s,  lls&  12s. 

Magnificat 230 

lis. 
Avoca 215 

lis  &  8s. 

Mt  Zion 222 

Stamford 232 

lis  &  9s. 

St  Olive 235 

12b. 

Cumberland   236 

7s  &  8s.     Peculiar. 
Alton 319 


ANTHEMS    AND    HYMNS. 

Awake,  my  soul, 243 

As,  every  day 264 

Blessed  are  the  dead 251 

Blessed  be  the  Lord 320 

Come  ye  that  love  the  Lord, 323 

Come,  let  us  sing 333 

Eternal  Source    (Thanksgiving,)   338 

Glory  be  to  the  Father 336 

Hear  my  prayer,   306 

I  heard  a  voice, 250 

Lord  of  my  salvation, 302 

Lord,  dismiss  us 314 

Now  the  shades  of  night, 268 

Offerings  and  Prayers 253 

O  give  thanks    (Thanksgiving.) 255 

O  Lord,  hear  me, 309 

Spread  thro'  the  earth, 316 

The  Lord  will  comfort  Zion, 287 

Tho'  the  sinner, 269 

Wake  the  theme  of  praise, 294 

When  gathering  clouds 312 

When  thou  comest, 272 

When  the  last  great  day, 328 


SENTENCES  AND  SHORT  HECES. 

Blossed  is  he 245 

Hear  our  prayer, 240 

Lord  I  have  loved, .  .  249 

Let  the  words  of  my  mouth, 241 

O  be  joyful  in  the  Lord 24  8 

Praise  ye  the  Lord, 342 

The  Lord  is  in  his  holy  temple, 246 

Collect,  "  O  Lord  we  beseech  thee." 343 

We  glorify  thee 242 

Heavenly  Father, 322 

Pilgrim  on  life's  rugged  way 176 

Cease  ye  mourners, 188 

There  is  a  calm 196 

God  that  madest  earth  and  heaven, 221 

Lift  your  glad  voices 230 

Father  of  mercies, 232 

Flung  to  the  heedless  winds, 237 

Lift  not  thou  the  wailing  voice, 319 


CHANTS. 

Bcnedictus, 349 

Bonum  est  confiteri, 352 

Cantate  Domino, 350 

Deus  misereatur 351 

Jubilate  Deo 352 

Vcnite,  exultemus  Domino, 348 

Venite  Nos.  2  and  3 349 

Gregorian  toneB, 344,  345,  346,  and  347 


PRINCIPLES    OF   MUSICAL   NOTATION. 


INTRODUCTION. 

Sound  is  the  effect  produced  on  the  mind,  by  the  vibrations  of  the  air  coming 
in  contact  with,  and  acting  upon  the  organ  of  hearing.  Anything,  therefore, 
that  we  can  hear,  which  the  mind  takes  cognizance  of  through  the  ear,  is  Sound. 

There  are  two  primary  and  distinct  varieties  of  sound ;  the  one,  resulting 
from  uniform  vibration,  is  called  Tone  ;  the  other  kind,  arising  from  irregular 
vibration,  is  called  Noise.  In  studying  the  science  of  Music,  we  have  to  do 
only  with  Tone,  and  Noise  receives  none  of  our  investigation. 

The  pitch,  i.  e.,  gravity  or  acutcncss  of  sounds  caused  by  uniform  vibration, 
may  be  readily  and  accurately  determined  ;  while  it  is  more  difficult,  if  not 
absolutely  impossible  to  ascertain  the  pitch  of  sounds  whose  vibrations  are  irreg- 
ular, and  indeed,  commonly  speaking,  noise  has  no  pitch. 

A  knowledge  of  music  consists  in  a  perfect  appreciation  of  the  pitch,  duration, 
accentuation  and  force  of  tones,  and  the  characters  used,  to  represent  tones, 
their  relative  pitch,  duration,  &c.  It  is  proper  to  regard  pitch  as  of  the  highest 
importance,  since  it  is  the  most  indispensable  characteristic  of  tone  ;  the  next  in 
importance  is  duration,  then  accentuation,  and  lastly  the  different  degrees  of 
force  or  prominence. 

By  Melody  is  understood  the  relative  pitch  of  tones.  Tones  are  said  to  be 
of  higher  or  lower  pitch,  in  proportion  as  they  are  the  result  of  a  greater  or  less 
number  of  vibrations  in  a  second  of  time. 

Thus  let  us  suppose  a  tone  caused  by  twelve  vibrations  in  a  second,  which 
we  will  represent  thus,  oooooooooooo;  now  a  tone  of  much  higher  pitch 
might  be  represented  by  double  the  number  vibrations,  thus  ;  o  .  o  .  o  .  o  .  o  . 
o.o.o.o.o.o.o.  &c.  ;  while  one  lower  than  the  first  tone  would  be  like 
this,  oooooo  — 

A  scale  is  a  succession  of  eight  tones  occurring  at  certain  fixed  intervals  from 
each  other,  and  the  last  tone  is  called  an  octave  from  the  first ;  thus  if  we  were 
to  depict  the  vibrations  of  any  tone  in  this  manner,  oooooooooooo; 
its  octave  would  be  represented  thus,   oooooooooooooooooooooooo. 

Just  twice  the  number  of  vibrations  of  which  any  one  tone  is  the  result, 
gives  its  Octave. 


The  relative  pitch  of  tones,  is  represented  on  the  Stake.  The  Staff  consists 
of  five  parallel  lines  with  the  intermediate  spaces,  each  one  of  which  is  called  a 
Degree.     These  degrees  are  enumerated  from  the  lowest  upward. 

THE  STAFF. 


5th  line. 

4th  line. 

3d  line.  -  - 
2d  line.  -  - 
1st  line. 


4th  space. 
3d  space. 
2d  space. 
1st  spaca. 


8th  degree.  -  -  ' 

6th  degree. 

4th  degree. 

2d   degree. 


9lh  degree. 
7th  degree. 
5th  degree. 
3d  degree. 
1st  degree. 


The  Staff  may  be  extended  by  adding  short  lines  either  above  or  below,  as 
may  be  required,  and  these  degrees  are  reckoned  from  the  staff,  thus, 

First  space  above. 


First  line  above  -  - 

Fifth  line ■ 

Fourth  line 

Third  line 

Second  line ■ 

First  line 

First  line  below  •  ■ 


Fourth  space. 

~ Third  space. 

Second  space. 

-  —  First  space. 
-  -   First  space  below. 


The  degrees  of  the  staff  are  named  after  the  first  seven  letters  of  the  alphabet, 
whose  arrangement  is  determined  by  a  sign  called  a  Clef,  which  takes  its  name 

from  the  letters  for  which  it  stands,  thus,  ^T the  G  Clef  shows  the  let- 

ter  G  to  be  on  the  second  line  of  the  staff  fe and  the   F  clef  .0; 

shows  tho  letter  F  to  be  on  the  fourth  ^ line  of  the  staff. 

The  letters  are  reckoned  from  the  Clef  lines  upward,   in  alphabetic 
order,  and  downward  by  the  inversion  of  that  order. 

The  arrangement  of  letters  on  the  staff,  with  the  two  clefs,  is  as  follows ; 

_     „  -E-E- 


-U— p 


-B- 


,— D- 


,-F- 


-A.-! 


-C- 


-€K~f~e: 


—A- 


-E-D~nr: 


^-G- 


*T^ 


6 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


The  G  indicated  by  =£:  is  called  the  clef  G,  to  distinguish  it  from  any  other 
G,  and  likewise  the  V  'V  indicated  by   ,~y  \<  called  the  clef  F. 

Tones  differ  in  three  ways,  first  in  pitch,  next  in  duration,  and  lastly  in  force. 
The  characters  nsed  to  represent  tones,  irrespective  of  pitch,  or  force,  are  called 
Notes.  The  notes  are  as  follows ;  this  character  G  is  used  to  indicate  the 
longest  tone,  and  is  called  a  whole  note  ;  a  tone  of  half  the  duration  of  that  in- 
dicated by  the  °,  is  represented  by  this  character,  ^  and  a  tone  whose  duration 
is  only  one  fourth  that  of  the  longest  one  is  indicated  by  a  9  or  quarter  note,  and 
60  throughout,  as  the  eighth  note,  •  the  sixteenth  note,  *  and  the  thirty-second 


note. 


+ 
' 


The  relative  duration  of  tones,  and  value  of  the  notes  may  be  clearly  repre- 
sented thus. 

A  whole  note  is  equal  to  © 


2  halves, 


or, 


or, 


or, 


0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0 


4  quarters. 
I 

8  eighths. 

16  sixteenths. 


32  thirty-seconds. 


Now  the  pitch  rf  tones  i-  indicated  by  the  position  of  the  notes  on  the  staff. 
Thus  here  are  represented  two  tones  of  equal  Length,  but  different  pitch. 

•Q      1 The  duration  of  tones  is  indicated  by  the  different  kinds  of 

/k      — : — p~      notes,  thus  here  are  repre  ented  tun  tunes  of  the  same  pitch 
igf    ' — =f:-      but  different  lengths,    -g 


)-<?- 


£= 


The  manner  of  indicating  the  various  degrees  of  force   will   be  explained 
horeaftcr. 


The  difference  of  pitch  between  two  tones  is  called  an  interval.  The  interval 
between  two  tones  represented  on  adjoining  degrees  of  the  staff  is  called  a  second. 
Thus  it  is  a  second,  from  A  to  B,  from  F  to  G,  or  from  E  to  F,  but  not  from  C 
to  E,  or  from  F  to  A.  There  are  two  kinds  of  seconds,  the  major  second,  and 
the  minor  second  which  is  half  the  size  of  the  major  second.  A  succession  of 
eight  tones  in  regular  order  is  called  a  scale,  thus, 


-G- 


-&~ 


-&- 


221 


JZ2L 


I^Z 


\ 


It  will  be  seen  that  the  scale  is  composed  of  eight  tones  and  seven  seconds  ; 
five  of  these  seconds  are  major,  and  two  minor.  The  tones  of  the  scale  are 
reckoned  from  the  lowest  upward,  and  in  addition  to  the  numeric  names,  a 
syllable  is  applied  to  each.  The  same  syllable  is  applied  to  the  first  and  last 
tones  of  the  scale  as  they  are  also  represented  on  the  same  letter. 


■  Minor  second. 
'  Major  second. 


EXAMPLE. 

Eight 

Seven.  •••• 


•  Do. 
••Si. 


O- 


•Six. 


Major  second. 

Major  second. 
Minor  second. 
Major  second. 
Major  second. 


•  Five.  • 


•  Four.  • ' 
Three.  ■ 


•Two.* 


•One. 


•  La. 

•Sol. 

•Fa. 
•Mi. 

•  Ho. 
Do. 


The  Teacher  should  require  the  pupils  to  sing  the  soale  from  the  shore  rep- 
resentation, until  they  have  aquired  a  correct  idea  of  the  proportionate  elevation 
of  the  tones. 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


8ing  also  the  scale  from  these  representations  : 


^3Zl 


:^s> 


Do,  Re, 


JSL 


is?: 


_i2_: 


c?-? 


I 


Mi,  Fa,  Sol,  La,  Si,  Do.  Do,  Re,  Mi,  Fa,  Sol,  La,  Si, 

The  scale  may  be  represented  an  Octave  higher,  thus. 


Do. 


-G>- 


^?-S2- 


-£?- 


S5 


:^22i-^=: 


Sii 


Do,  Re,  Mi,   Fa,   Sol,  La,   Si,  Do,  Ke,   Mi,   Fa,  Sol,   La,  Si,   Do.      Do,  Si,      La,  Sol. 
After  the  pupils  can  sing  the  scale  upwards  correctly,  let  them  sing  the  de- 
scending series,  thus : 


<S 


Do,   Si,    La,   Sol,  Fa,   Mi,   Re,  Do.  Do,   Si,    La,   Sol,     Fa,    Mi,    Re,     Do. 

The  correct  pronunciation  of  the  syllables  used  in  singing  the  scale  is  as  follows  : 
Do,   pronounced  Do  as  in  dome. 
Re,   pionounced  Ra  as  in  rate. 
Mi,   pronounced  Mee  us  in  meek. 
Fa,   pronounced  fah  as  in  father. 
Sol,  pronounced  Sole  as  in  console. 
La,  pronounced  lah  as  in  bar. 
Si,  pronounced  See  as  in  seen. 

Tho  teacher  should  insist  on  a  proper  enunciation  of  these  vowels  ;  for  in- 
stance, Do  should  be  simply  do,  and  not  do-oo-oo  ;  lie  should  be  ra,  and  not  ra- 
ee-oe.     Tho  utmost  vigilance  should  be  exercised  with  regard  to  these  faults. 


TIME. 

Time  is  the  duration  of  tones  ;  it  also  includes  the  intervals  of  silence  which 
occur  between  tones. 

The  characters  representing  tones  have  already  been  explained  ;  those  indi- 
cating silence  are  called  Rests  ;  they  are  of  corresponding  value  to  the  notes 
themselves,  thus  : 


Whole  note.   C /^  ■■»—  Whole  rest. 

Half  note.     J    AT    —-  Half  rest. 

Quarter  note.       I    r*  Quarter  rest 

Eighth  note.   •    *i   Eighth  rest. 

Sixteenth  note.     0    *>  Sixteenth  rest. 

I**  *i 

Thirty-second  note.  *   *i  32nd  rest 

*»  *i 

*  I 

Sixty-fourth  note,  » 53  64th  rest. 

V  I 

The  value  of  notes  and  rests  may  be  increased  one  half  their  original  length, 
by  placing  a  dot  after  them,  thus ; 

A  dotted  whole  note,         &KI^ZZ   is   equal  to  three   halves. .   o  <2?  £3 


A  "  half       " 

A  "  quarter    " 

A  "  eighth     " 

A  "  sixteenth  " 


quarters. .  .  J 


c   » 


eighths...  J*  J*  4 

N   S   N 
"       sixteenth.  ■  -^  d  d 

IS   >   S 
"     thirty-seconds.  ^n^S^S 


8 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


'-, —  is  equal  to  three  half-rests.  -*■-  Jm- 


A   dotted   whole   rest. 
A       "        half      " 

A       "     (juarter     " 

and  so  on. 

Whenever   two  dots  are  annexed  to  a  note  or  rest,  the  second  dot  adds  one 
half  the  value  of  the  first,  thus  : 

A  double  dotted  whole  rest   -m-  _    is   equal    to   -,,-   jo.  P 


"  quarter  rests,   f*    f*    j" 
"   eighth  rests.    ^    ^    *) 


A 
A 


"    note 
half  rest 

"  note 


«s>    a    0 


&•  .    "     "    " 


The  perpendicular  line  attached  to  notes  may  extend  either  upward  or 
downward,  without  changing  their  value,  thus,  J  means  exactly  what (O 
does,  and  nothing   different,  and        J^ 

]mmimm 

♦— 


are     equal    to  |*   fJ,  and 


0  0  0 


RHYTHM. 

divided  into  rhythmical  divisions,  called  measures,  which  are  sepa- 

firom  each  other  by  a  perpendicular  line  across  the  stuff,  called  a  bar. 

I  tingui  hi  I   and   derives  its  name,  from  the  number  of  parts 

rhich  i<  i-  divided;  t)m.~ :  a  measure  consisting   of  two  parts,    is   called 

double  measure  ;  that  of  three  parts,  triple  measure  ;  one  having  four  parts  is 

fjuuilruple  measure  ;  that  of  >ix  parts,  sextuple  measure 


Bar. 


Bar. 


=1 


C*-o—&  -& —  -j-^i— * 


i^^pe 


Measure.   Measure.   Bar. 


The  figures  on  the  staff  immediately  after  the  clef,  indicate  the  number  of 
parts  in  the  measure,  and  the  kind  of  note  with  which  each  part  is  represented. 
The  lower  figure  shows  what  kind  of  note,  whether  whole  note,  half  note,  or 
quarter  note,  fills  each  part  of  the  measure,  and  the  figure  1  stands  for  a  whole 
note,  the  figure  2  for  a  half  note,  the  figure  4  for  a  quarter  note,  the  figure  8 
for  an  eighth  note.  In  the  above  example  each  measure  consists  of  two  parts, 
and  each  part  contains  the  value  of  a  half  note,  and  there  arc  two  half  notes  Or 
their  equivalent  in  each  measure.  This  subject  cannot  be  advantageously  pur- 
sued without  the  aid  of  practically  marking  the  time  by  certain  motions  of 
the  hand,  corresponding  to  the  different  parts  of  the  measure,  whereby  the  length 
of  tonos  can  be  accurately  determined.  Great  care  should  be  exercised  in  teach- 
ing the  pupils  to  acquire  the  habit  of  marking  the  time  with  the  hand  alone, 
while  the  fore-arm  remains  motionless.  The  hand  should  not  be  suffered  to  lin- 
ger from  point  to  point,  but  should  change  its  position  instantly,  at  equal  inter- 
vals of  time. 

Double  measure  may  be  illustrated  by  a  word  of  two  syllables  accented  on 
the  first,  thus : 


Glo  -  ry. 
One,  I  tiro. 
Loud,  Soft. 
Down,    Up. 


<  '• I 

i  in.', 

Lollll, 

l>"«  11, 


■  ly. 

T  wo. 
Soft. 
Up. 


Numeral-  descriptive  i  I  the  parts  or  the  measure. 
The  accentuation. 

The  motions  of  the  hand. 


Triple 
the  first. 


measure  may  be  illustrated  by  a  word  of  three  syllables,  accented  on 

Glo    - 

One, 

Load, 

Down, 

Quadruple   measure  may  bo    illustrated  by  a  word  of  four  syllables,  accented 
on  the  first  and  third. 


ri    - 

OUS. 

Jus 

-     ti     -     fv. 

Two, 

TBree. 

One, 

Two,    Tin",  o 

Soft, 

Softer. 

Loud, 

N  •! '  .          ' 

Left, 

'  P 

Down, 

Left,     Up. 

Con  -  gn 
One,      Two 
Loud,     Soft, 
Down,    Left, 


-    gu     -     bed. 

Three,       Kmir 
i        Loud,  Softoi 

Right,       Up. 


Man  -  i    -  fes  ted. 

One,      Two,   'three,         Four. 
I.on.i,    Soft,  I  ess  Load,  Softer. 
Down,  Left,    Right,        Up, 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


9 


In  like  manner  sextuple  measure  may  be  represented  by  a  word  of  six  sylla- 
bles, accented  on  the  first  and  fourth. 

Spir  -  it  -  u  -     al     -    i     -  ty. 
One,      Two,  Three,  Four,     Five,      Six. 
Loud,  Soft,  Softer,  Less  loud,  Softer, Suftc-t. 
Down,  Down,  Left,     Right,    Up,        Up. 


In  -  stru  -  men 

One,     Two,  Three, 

Loud,  Soft,  Softer, 

Down,  Down,  Left, 


-    tal      -     i    -    ty. 

Four,        Five,     Six. 

Less  Loud,  Softer,  Softest. 

Right,        Up,      Up. 


Each  kind  of  measure  may  be  written  with  halves,  quarters,  or  eighths,  but 
the  ordinary  representations  arc  as  follows, 


)~-ja    i      iii   ~i      i      I"   an(*  somet'mcs>  though  more  rarely. 


-3^::*:p:*:*:j 


and 


—  __ — ^~^~^ — ^~, — 


It  is  customary  with   some   writers  to  designate 
by  theletter  C,  with  a  bar  drawn  across  it,  thus : 


I 


and 


-4- 


thus,  E3~  Vil 


I 


by  the  C  without  the  bar, 


It  must  be  understood  that  the  length   of  notes  is  relative  and  not  absolute, 
so  that  a  piece  of  music  written  in  ~Q      «Y~  ~|~  is  not  necessarily 

to  be  sung  slower  than  one  writ  -  ^5"rv — f^ X 


8 


I ZC  the  time 

zwzwzw 


"  _  "I"  is  r 


in 


of  performance 
being  indicated  in  a  manner,  which,  will   be  explained 
hereafter. 

The  following  exercises  show  the  union  of  Melody,  Time  and  Ehythm  ;  they 
should  be  sung  by  syllables,  letters,  and  numerals,  and  the  pupils  should  be 
directed  to  look  at  the  notes  they  arc  to  sing,  in  order  to  acquire  facility  in 
reading  music.  The  habit  of  singing  the  scale  from  recollection  is  disadvantage- 
ous in  primary  education  in  music,  as  it  tends  to  form  a  habit  of  singing  by  rote. 


EXERCISE    1 


i X__i_-_j±_^-3_«_jLj 


-&-&^-&~G>- 


EXERCISE    2. 


iHPE 


3-nTj  jl^jUJfe 


iin^l^ppp 


If  one  tone  be  represented  on  each  part  of  the  measure,  the  measure  is  said 
to  be  in  its  primary  form  ;  but  if  several  parts  are  united  in  one  tone,  the 
measure  is  said  to  be  a  united  form,  thus : 


m 


primary  form  of 
2-2  measure. 


united  form   of 
the  measure. 


i 


[2] 


primary  form  of 
2-4  measure. 


S 


united  form  of 
the  measure. 


10 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


EXERCISE    3. 


HS1 


§3= 


-o-  -&- 


~sr 


-e> — &- 


'^~ 


-G» G- 


-G> G 


~&—Zz: 


:g-rs*— st 


1IS?ZZ£?ZI 


-s>— S* 


I 


-€?- 


EXERCISE    4. 


fe 


rnn 


* — *- 


"S3" 

Primary  form  of  3-2  measnrc.         First  fonn. 


=t=* 


:*=*: 


-G>- 


Z^ZZWZ 


-&- 


9       m       -G>- 


IZ^E.ffiZI TZf ?5 


I 


^ 


Second  form. 


Primary  form  of  3-4  measure.     First  fonn.  Second  form. 


J?=nT^rtzBI 


EXERCISE    5. 


<?^>  s 

£= 


:=0=± 


EXERCISE 


-0-0-9-  W     W     m 


^t=t±t=t=t=±=^lttl=0= 


*     *     4 


0-0-0 


=t 


#    #    # 


EXERCISE    7. 


-Z-J^j   /~V-      C>  O   -^  ■" 


~<5>     ^ 


&—&- 


O  ©  £3 


iz:  i£2r£2 


0-0-0- 


™ip 


.-: 


o 


EXERCISE    8 


isn^mupE 


x_^_-;T^b:#_# 


c 


3=» 


■  ~0^-0zz0z~  ~& — •--  -^P— P 


H h 


^z^c:-^ 


fri—t=t 


:*=:*r* 


"      o 


IP 


EXERCISE    9. 


-e?-' 


^P#P^^^ 


\- 


P3= 


^S^^fl 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


11 


If  commencing  on  the  first  part,  the  union  is  said  to  be  of  the  first  class ; 
if  on  the  second,  the  second  class ;  thus  : 

PRIMARY    FORM. 

First  class.  Second  class. 


First  united  form. 


3E 


Q      r?  zzz^ztzgizzz^z 


I 


1221 


>2_ 


-(=- 


=£ 


I 


Second  united  form. 


_^: 


1 


I 


EXERCISE    10. 


±:*zzs£ 


-c- 


-4- J — I: 


-<s?- 


"P  i*  -r- 


^~~?        ^ 


£ 


l^tJSt 


3 


0-& 


^zd: 


La: 


q-t^: 


«: 


:*=*: 


-0-0-0- 


£=t 


izz* 


'-•-0-0--W- 


When  the  union  commences  on  the  third  part  of  the  measure,  the  derivative 
form  is  of  the  third  class. 

PRIMARY     FORM     OF     4-2     MEASURE. 


f2L=f^ 


&—&- 


-r?     r?—p2—. ja- 


zz: 


e 


:^zz^2- 


g 


First  class. 


Second  class. 


Third  elas6. 


z^kzzz^rzzzzgLZigz:  nsr  ,.  rszzzzzg 
h£  -Uz-r±z 


EEE 


i 


Sl^1 


*=P= 


~ 


fflzsa 


^=PZZfr 


First  class. 


Second  class. 


?z2: 


rae 


?=lz 


=P2: 


_^2: 


ztzzzzzzz 


I 


Third  derivative. 


fc2 


fczlfril 


I 


EXERCISE    11. 


z=i=ii — u_i|=z=jfzz^:  3^-<sL  -3 


~&^&-&-&-  *T&~& 


-^r^=t=f 


^^x:  :szz  i?Z3Z?23ZL 


t= 


&-&-&- 


&-■& 


4 


±Z5ZZ±^222 


*-*-#-^ 


o- 


:=!=» 


EXERCISE    12. 


at^zi 


-O-0-&- 


*z*zpzp: 


«=t= 


.ffi_IZ^Z^ 


HUPS 

i^^^^zzizzzt^_rr 


12 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


PRIMARY     FORM. 


class. 


I 


Second  class. 


$= 


-£T- 


I 


Fist  class. 


Second  class. 


EXERCISE    13. 


z*z=*=*=22: 


<0' 


EXERCISE    14, 


=t=± 


=E 


-s*-*- 


-o- 


I' 


EXERCISE    15. 


=£: 


:fc= 


-#- •- 


:fcr*=jfc 


*= 


n= 


000 


~- 


■4-4-4- 


-*—*■ 


o- 


Sinoe  two  or  more  tunes  may  be  represented  on  each  part  of  the  measure,  it 
is  deemed  convenient  to  give  such  measures  or  parts  of  measures  a  distinctive 
oame,  indicative  of  the  number  of  tones  that  may  be  represented.  Tims  if  one 
note  represent  each  part,  the  measure  is  Baid  to  be  in  its  single  or  primary 
form  ;  if  two  notes  of  equal  length,  its  double  form  ;  if  three,  the  triple  form  ; 
and  tt  four,  the  quadruple  form,  &c. 


-4— E- 


it 


l« 


The  value  of  three  equal  notes  is  reduced  to  that  of  two  of  the  same  de- 
nomination, by  placing  a  figure  3  over  them.  Each  suoh  group  of  notes  is 
called  a  Triplet  ;  three  halves,  when  made  a  Triplet,  thus  :  ^   £   ^  are  equal 

in    value   only   to  ^>  ^   and  *     «     0  are    equal  in  value  only  to    '     'and 
of  every  kind  of  note.  '       '      ' 

The  tamo  may  also  bo  said  of  rests. 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


13 


SINGLE  FORM. 


DOUBLE  FOHM. 


TRIPLE  FORM. 


QUADRUPLE  FORM. 


#=3= 


:pzzzz*zzzz*: 

X. I E 


I 


z*z=jtzzp: 


t: 


* 

t 


i 


:* — # — azzpz: 

1 1 1 — I- 


ES: 


=P 


Z=WZZZW=T- 


zz^zz^zzp: 


3- 

iffzz^: 


:t= 


H 


:*=*: 


Bzszz: issizz 


3 


3 


+ 


:z*zzpz=pzzpz^z: pzz«z^z:«zj:z^zz*zz*zzpzpzzp: 


ll 

I 


z»zz*zz«zzpz*zz^ 


jizlL^^_^^zgz^z^zir^zazD^MM>-| 


zzfz*zz*=*=pdf 

h^ztzzzzzzzjzzzzrzt 


3- 


3- 


•3— 


=t=^: 


izpzzzpzpzfz* 


:zz[zz]=zzz:Lzizztztz^zizzuziz^zl-i^zliai^ 


zlz*z*z*: 

3  zj^rr: 


?z*z»_^_#_*z*z*z*z*  :«:*q 


1 


-r 3- 


-3 3 3 3 3- 


££££ 


.zzfczrjz:  :ztzt±:ztttzzt±tzzLtt: 


zOzZzzj^zU^zEzt^ztJiz! 


This  subject  miglit  be  extended  almost  indefinitely,  but  it  is  believed  that  the  above  diagrams  will  bo  sufficient  for  all  ordinary  cases. 


14 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


PRINCIPAL  SOUNDS  OF  THE  SCALE. 
A  melody  may  be»in  or  end  upon  either  of  the   principal  tones  of  the  scale,  one,  three,  five,  or  eight ;  and   into   one  of    these  the  other  sounds  must 
resolve,  that  is,  at  a  close,  two  must  be  followed  by  one  or  three,  four  by  three,  six  by  five,  and  seven  by  eight ;  so  it  is  said  that  two  resolves  into  one  or  three, 
four  into  three,  seven  into  eight,  «kc 

EXERCISE    16. 


•=t= 


SET: 


-*-«- 


=1=4: 


S 


=t=± 


$= 


\\        1      J 

!-* 0 *- 


-C* ■ — 


EXERCISE    17 


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'3 


-a- 


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J 


z£=St 


■&' 


o 


-&- 


iS- 


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==?s 


G- 


o 


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c? 


o 


i 


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i-— *- 


^^fe 


EXERCISE    18. 
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EXERCISE    19 


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I  J  J   J  I  J   J^EgFfr^^ 


2 


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The  scale   is   said   to   be  in  the  key  of  the  letter  upon  which  the  note  representing  its  first  tone  is  written;    thus  if  one  of  the  scale  be  on  C,  the  scale  is 
said  to  be  in  the  key  of  C  ;  if  one  be  on  G,  the  scale  is  in  the  key  of  (x.     It  will  be  seen  that  all  the  preceding  exercises  are  in  the  key  of  C. 

It  has  been  remarked  that  the  interval  between  two  notes  written  on  adjoin- 
ing degrees  of  the  staff,  La  called  a  Becond  :  when  in  singing  we  do  not  ascend  A  skip  over  two  degrees  is  called  a  fourth. 
or  descend  by  every  note  of  the  scale,  but  pass  over  one  or  more  tones;  such  FOUI 
intervals  are  called  skips;   for  example, 

SECONDS.  SKIPS. 


O 


A  skip  of  one  degree  is  called  a  third. 
THIRDS. 


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mm 


m-ji.j  Ju  ^i 


A  skip  over  three  degrees  is  called  a  fifth. 
FIFTHS. 


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PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


15 


A  skip  over  four  degrees  is  called  a  sixth. 
SIXTHS. 


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m 


A  skip  over  five  degrees  is  call  a  seventh. 
SEVENTHS. 


m 


A  skip  over  six  degrees  is  called  an  octave. 
OCTAVES. 


^j  TTPFUM 


EXERCISE    20. 


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isr 


-G>- 


-G>- 


-&— 


22: 


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HI 


-- <s>- 


^2-: 


-o &■ 


221 


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JSfcl 


zz£±^±^. 


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-s*-r 


B»-       ■«■ 


EXERCISE    21. 


h2= 


<s>- 


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^ 


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-&- 


-Gf- 


I3t 


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:  -p- — g^—f-g* 


m 


=t= 


jSt 


£2 


-S»- 


— <S>- 


:^|r^Zfaf^g=i 


-(S1 


=s 


-<S» 


EXERCISE    22. 


-<5»- 


-e?- 


H 


"C- 


-& 


±~^L 


-e*- 


2=E±3St 


*—• 


-&-■ 


m 


-zt- 


I 


-€>- 


^ZJT 


-G 


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MZZ+1 


~.j&. :: 


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~G> 


5^3 


'g?Z" 


25C 


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-s>- 


22: 


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16 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 

EXERCISE    23. 


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»-+-«-+ 


-&-VE- 


t=t 


±t: 


H 


iiS^S^^^^i^s 


r 


*£?£ 


■-£?- 


=£*=: 


se= 


EXERCISE    24. 


1P§HP 


L^^gipJEig^jgpi 


=t: 


=1 


Sj^zit:^ 


=t 


C/ 


.^X ^.0. 


-£? — 


EXERCISE    25 


3tt^=  i^bLfeL4J.l 


H 

-oj — 


t= 


HiHHl 


-G>- 


-» 


-C- 


-£> 


EXEROISE    26 


5 


HH 


a 


HZZC£ 


o 


-o- 


o 


:ez 


o< 


-s> — 


-s>- 


3 


o 


IIP 


-G?- 


EXERCISE    27 


'  -bJ-       -O- 


tt^       -m-9   9   9  m   9  m   9  •-•-•-•   o9*9  *999  -m9*9  m9*9  -a-      9        9 


fHHH 


^rn^t^r^T^=5q=d====^==== 


:*z?t*z?z*z?r*z?iit* 


*?*?=*?*?z*?*?z*?#? 


^lg^^l^ii^|gi^^^^±Epfi 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 

EXERCISE    28. 


17 


£ta=t: 


m 


-t-t~t--t--H 


^•+**#»I*iS*_«»#»7«i^ei 


m 


~^^~*±=*-*=:-*<?*::-*?it:*e?*i^zR 


■* 


p^m^^m^mM^w^i^^gm^ 


*z*z*i+*)**z?&'*z?*?*i?&*] 


t=tt 


fc^bfc^bfc* 


4-^r 


900    *90t,    00*0    «*•* 


Wr+yi-milr+W**-^ 


EXERCISE    29. 


:^z=zz: 


-0-m  w  -0-  w  m  -•-  •  9  -0m    m  -09    9  ~0m    •  -•*    •  -G>-         0  0  0 


rt 


~*  -^-»-*-0-^-*-  g-»-[^»*«-y» '0-00*0-10 m0-  gM^- : 


tt=t=t 


tit. 

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18  PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 

EXERCISE    30. 

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^^rJz*z*zgi5zgzlzgz^ 


^=t=± 


zjzzt 


^z-±z^S^37&^=3^z^qrdzrEdSz:     ziz^zl  —-|zg^=g=fe^ 


EXERCISE    31 


l;*#  ' 


4 — i — h — H-y-w — i-i-y-i-4 


rrrgr^zz^zzr^   6553  -  ."3^fazdz=jzS=«ziz^ 


' .,n, 

-      ■      •      i 


2z*z? zt:^^-**.**  I  gz&*zJ-J^LBf*j;jiLf#J^ 


*ȣi^ 


•^zj 


The  foregoing  V.  more  especially  Nos.  27,  28,  29,  30  and  31  should  be  sung  in  strict  time,  with  the  accent  always  on  the  first  note  of  the  measure 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


19 


THE    CHROMATIC    SCALE. 

A  Minor  Second  is  an  indivisible  interval,  but  a  major  second  admits  of  an  intermediate  tone,  which  is  indicated  by  a  note  with  either  a  sharp  (#) 
or  flat  (b)  before  it.     A  sharp  elevates  and  a  flat  depresses  the  pitch  of  the  note  before  which  it  is  written. 

The  intermediate  tone  between  C  and  D,  may  be  represented,  thus  : —     ~Q  or        Q 

The  word  Chromatic,  implies  a  difference  of  pitch  between  two    tones   <^k      i —      i      ~| —  kT)      I     ~1        1 —   represented  on  the  same  degree   of 

the    staff.        In    the     Chromatic     Scale,      there     are    thirteen     tones ;    £7     J^ — u.jjj; — 0 —  *T~J~~fc&~ 


seven    seconds,   and   five    chromatic 


changes.     When  the  pitch  of  the  second  of  two  notes  written  on  the  same  degree  of  the  staff  is  higher  than  the  first,  the  interval  is  called  a  chromatic   elevation, 
if  lower,  a  chromatic  depression. 

ASCENDING.  DESCENDING. 

8<=> 

7  o 
#0  0 

Co 

#5  0 

ho 

#4  0 

4^ 
3« 

#2  0 

2c 

#1   0 

1  C3 


o 

8 

a 

7 

0 

\>1 

e? 

6 

0 

be 

<z> 

5 

0 

b5 

& 

4 

a 

3 

■0 

b3 

a 

2 

0 

bi 

o 

l 

Letters.  ~%  C*f,  D,  D#,  E,  F,  F#,  G,  G#,  A,  A#,  B,  C,  C,  B,  Bb,  A,  Ab,  G,  Gb,  F,  E,  Eb,  D,  Db,  (?■ 
Syllables.  Do,  Di,  Re,  Ri,  Mi,  Fa,  Fi,  Sol,  Si,  La,  Li,  Si  Do,  Do,  Si,  Se,  La,  Le,  Sol,  Se,  Fa,  Mi.  Me,  Re,  Re,  Do. 
Numerals.  1,     #1,       2,     #2,    3,        4,     #4,    5,       #5,     6,     #6,     7,     8.       8,      7,    b7,     6,      b6,      6,     j>5,     4-     3-   b3.     2>      b2»      1. 


20 


PRINCIPLES    OE    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


The  tones  between  the  Major  Seconds  of  the  scale  derive  their  name  from  the  letter  on  which  they  are  represented  ;  thus: — 0,  C#,  P,  Dfr,  F,  F#,  <fcc,  also 
from  the  numerals  on  the  degrees  with  which  they  are  indicated,  thus: — 1,  #1,  4,  #4,  7,  })7,  (J,  frO,  Ace.  The  sharped  notes  resolve  into  the  next  letter  above, 
at  the  interval  of  a  Minor  Second,  and  the  flatted  notes  into  the  next  letter  below,  also  a  Minor  Second. 

It  is  a  Second  from  one  note  to  another  written  on  an  adjoining  degree  of  the  staff,  thus  from  C  to  D,  from  E  to  F,  from  C#  to  D,  from  E  to  F#,  but  not  from 
C  to  C**,  or  D  to  D#,  or  B  to  B|j,  because  these  last  are  written  on  the  same  degrees  of  the  staff,  and  are  therefore  Chromatic  Intervals. 

There  are  three  kinds  of  Seconds ;  Major,  Minor,  and  Augmented  Seconds  : — the  Major  and  Minor  Seconds  have  already  been  explained.  An  Augmented 
Second  is  one  made  greater  than  a  Major  Second,  by  sharping  the  upper  note,  or  flatting  the  lower,  thus : — 

Major  Second.  Augmented  Second.  Major  Second.  Augmented  Second. 


C?- 


S: 


-t 


:3: 


-o- 


-*=^ 


A  sharp  or  flat  extends  its  influence  through  the  measure  where  it  appears,  unless  contradicted  by  a  Natural, (£)  which  restores  the  original  pitch  of  the  note 

EXERCISE    32. 

t— IT 


fcfcnfc 


o-    -jf 


r 


0-    ~&~*0 


-tit 


#* 


l=^=3E^i 


— i 

-Gh 


zlzzL 


*-- »-- (G> * o-l—^—bo r* — ~J— h^ 1— L 


•        -& 


t=X=X 


EXERCISE    33. 


^^^^^m^^m^mfi^m^^M=M^^ 


§iiil^=ii^^4^^1i^gii^i:siiliEii§^i^i^l 


E3^E3E5ESEEEE: 


i^nni 


3F 


lie 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


21 


A  sharp  or  flat  may  extend  its  influence  over  more  than  one  measure,  if  the  first  note  of  the  second  measure  bo  on  the  same  degree  as  the  last  note  of  the 
first,  thus  : — 


EfEEEEEEE 


iE£El=^3HEE?Ei^ 


-I — u 


In  this  example,  the  first  note  in  the  second  measure  is  F#,  and  the  first  note  in  the  third  measure  is  G#. 

;3EEEEEEEfEEEEE3EEEE=S 

0 0 0 ##-f-» 0 0 0-f g 


— T~~=l=  :rzlEzzit=zTz=zt 


In  this  example  the  influence  of  the  first  sharp  extends  throughout  the  second   measure,  and  the  G's  in  the  fourth  measure  are  all  sharped,  although  not  ex- 
pressly marked  with  a  #. 


-^ — b# 


iEEEEEE 


' — 9— b*- 


^=^: 


In  like  manner  the   two  E's  in  the  second  measure  are  affected  by  the  flat  before  the  last  note  in  the  first  measure,  and  the  D's  flat  in  the  third  measure. 

EXERCISE    34. 


=t 


3=SeBE3 


f##; 


=t 


:*ee^:e^*=- 


1 


T—  • * — •-trar- 


I 


-s»- 


EXERCISE    35 


^^^^^a^aB^^i^^^^=3gN=fe 


A"  piece  of  music  may  commence  with  either  of  the  principal  sounds  of  the  scale,  that  is,  1,3,  5,  or  8,  and  on  any  part  of  the  measure,  but  any  deficiency  in 
the  measure  that  may  occur  before  the  first  bar,  must  be  made  up  at  the  close,  after  the  last  bar,  thus : — 

EXERCISE    36. 


Jg-txterjj-^i-li'iU  Jl  j  jlJJ  J I J  JIJ-JIjU  iti  ru  JU-U 


22 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


At  the  end  of  a  piece  it  is  usual  to  place  a  character  called  a  close,  as  may  be  seen  in  the  preceding  exercises. 


There  are  three  different  scales,  distinguished  by  the  order  in  which  the  seconds  occur.     Two  of  those  scales,  the  Major  and   the    Chromatic  have  already  been 
■'•d  of;  the  other  is  the  Minor  Scale.     In  distinction  from  the  Chromatic  Scale,  the  major  and  minor  scales  are  called  Diatonic. 

The  minor  scale  consists  of  eight  tonus,  and  seven  seconds,  three  of  which  are  major,  three  minor,  and  one  an  augmented  second.     The  first  note  of  this  scale  is 
here  written  on  the  letter  A,  the  scale  is  therefore  in  the  key  of  A. 


--ptjcz** 


'ZJBl. 


-&- 


I2Z 


#g-gr: 


-°-B-. 


I 


La,      Si,      Do,     Re,     Mi,      Fa,     Si,      La. 
12         3         4        5        6        7  8. 


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La,     Si,    Fa,  Mi,  Re,    Do,     Si,  La. 
8         76        54        32      1 


The  Minor  Scale  in  the  key  of  A  is  called  the  relative  of  the  major  scale  in  C,  because  the  same  syllables  are  used  for  the  notes  on  the  same  degrees  of  the  staff 
in  both  k< 

N.  B.  The  Teacher  should  impress  upon  the  minds  of  his  pupils,  that  there  are  but  three  scales,  the  major,  minor,  and  chromatic;  although  they  may  be 
written  in  the  keys  of  different  letters. 


EXERCISE    37. 


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:z>2— : 


&- 


X=x 


z:-z&i 


•3: 


i^m 


EXERCISE    38. 


mi 


-o- 


EXERCISE    39. 


d=d: 


X=t 


-G- 


B=£=3Ezzrizi 


-&- 


T3=f£ 


itzzzt 


3= 


i=t 


r=z3E 


izzzri 


^Ertz 


-o- 


&~2  Jrzp^i 


:**. 


PRINCIPLES   OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


2.3 


Notes  can  succeed  each  other  in  three  progressions,  Diatonic,  Chromatic,  and  by  skips.     A  Diatonic  progression  is  when  notes  follow  each   other  on  adjoining 

degrees  of  the  staff,  thus  : 

DIATONIC    PROGRESSION. 


=t=± 


-j — m — *- 


3FS 


le^i 


The  major  and  minor  scales  are  both  diatonic  ;  the  word  diatonic  is  used  in  contradistinction  to  the  word  chromatic .     A  chromatic  progression  is  a  succession 
of  notes  whose  pitch  has  been  changed,  by  sharps,  flats,  or  naturals,  are  called  Chromatic  Signs. 

CHROMATIC    PROGRESSION. 


A  progression  by  skips,  is  one  in  which  the  notes  skip  over  one  or  more  degrees  of  the  staff,  thus  : 

PROGRESSION    BY    SKIPS. 


P 


3 


0 0~~A — [ — i — ^ — -» — P-V^ — m — h 


¥=¥- 


Slip 

*   M   -4- 


U  I'     1 


-jr-   -<S- 


EXERCISE    40. 


-0-0-0-       9  -0-0-0-  -0-0—0-  -0-0-0-  -0-0-0 


-\ H 


^nni 


-#— P2-P- 


-) — h 


-0—0—0- 


HT.p»J 
' — t—  -J 


:t=t:fct=tz±: 


zt£&    '  T| -t^TiJ-zzEfazrfg 


-f?_p.. 


-i — i — 


*-+4£f- 


tztrt 


-H 1- 


I 


EXERCISE    41. 


— »4_ I 


-s>- 


-Bt—Gh*-& 


WM 


J5t 


ztzzz^EBEz-^— g* 


-J 


-<&- 


-<©- 


-<s>- 


3 


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-<£?- 


-O- 


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I 


"dSt 


3zz:: 


IS 


-iS*- 


-<s>- 


— &- 


EXERCISE    42 

zt==zrr 


-<S»- 


3St- 


:zs£ 


22r:: 


-iS*- 


24 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 

-h^—  9—  9— 9-j-j— 9—9— 9-\-^ 


EXERCISE   43. 


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EXERCISE    44. 


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EXERCISE    45 


-2 — j— ^  I  J    qJt=^— &-\-zi— &-Y&—  &-\- — gy-Tp- q4 Q-pg— ^-s>— g?-~Fg— &~\-X-&=\ F 


-o 


IgEgi^llllllilllf 


EXERCISE    46. 

a. 

— G> 1 C? 1 £?- 


3     It     zrzzlz=ii==TT^zq:T^z— t^_    i 

I — c?-ti — oH-i — I — ti — — T~         1  ^ 

EXERCISE    47. 


PPP 


^  '  i   9 


f^^^m^^^m^^mmmi^M^^ 


EEF^zv-#:HE»=f4 


EXERCISE 


ia^rf 


EXERCISE    49 


4  * 


0    9 


J**Z 


9    0    9 


££ 


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:zsis 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


25 


When,  as  in  the  seventh  measure  of  the  above  exercise,  two  notes  on  the 
same  degree  of  the  staff  are  connected  by  a  curved  line  called  a  tie,  the  second 
note  should  receive  no  separate  articulation,  but  should  merely  be  sung  as  a 
part  of  the  first. 


These 


should  be  sung, 


^-::-^~: 


All  human  voices  may  be  classified  by  genera  and  species.  The  division 
into  genera  is  effected  by  the  consideration  of  the  sex  of  individuals  ;  there  are 
therefore  two  genera  of  voices,  namely,  voices  of  males,  and  voices  of  females. 
Masculine  voices  are  those  of  men  ;  feminine  or  puerile  voices,  are  those  of 
females  and  boys.  Male  voices  are  generically  termed  Bass,  female  voices, 
Trebles. 

The  division  of  the  genera  into  species  is  made  according  to  the  combined 
consideration  of  the  compass  and  volume  of  the  voice. 

The  compass  of  the  voice  is  the  space  it  occupies  in  the  general  scale  or 
extent  of  sounds.  The  volume  of  tone,  which  is  difficult  to  define,  appears  to 
be  a  consequence  of  the  volume  or  mass  of  the  vocal  muscles,  in  the  same  way 
as  the  body  of  sound  produced  by  a  string  or  pipe  depends  on  the  diameter  of 
the  pipe  or  string. 

A  voice,  in  order  to  have  a  pleasing  quality,  should  be  of  a  volume  or  body 
proportionate  to  its  gravity,  in  the  same  way  as  every  individual,  to  be  of  good 
shape,  should  be  stout  in  proportion  to  his  height. 

Voices  in  regard  to  their  compass,  are  first  classed  as  simple,  or  compound. 
Simple  voices  are  those  which  have  the  ordinary  compass  of  a  voice,  that  is,  ten 
or  twelve  tones  in  diatonic  progression  ;  Compound  voices  are  those  which 
combine  the  extent  of  two  or  more  contiguous  simple  voices.  In  each  genus 
there  are  five  species  of  simple  voices  ;  as  follows  : — 

First ;  Voices  of  Men.     Low  Bass. — Compass  from 

a 


V>: 


[4] 


^ 


-  to  Si 


^ 


Second;   Middle  Bass. — Compass  from 


>) 


— & — 


to 


This  is  the  most  common  species  of  masculine  voices. 
Third  ;  Tenor. — Compass  from 

\  m 

Fourth;   High  Tenor. — Compass  from 

mi  - . 

Fifth ;   Counter  Tenor. — Compass  from 

xH  --|>5> 


:zz  to 


This  voice,  very  unusual  in  America,  is  found  not  unfrequently  in  some    of 
the  provinces  of  France,  and  a  few  of  the  counties  of  England. 
Second  genus. 
First;  Female  Voices. — Contralto,  Compass  from 


tH — — pg 


to 


— &- 


This  is  a  very  rare  voice,  differing  from  the  Counter  -  Tenor  only  in  quality  of 
tone  which  is,  of  course,  masculine  in  the  Counter-Tenor,  and  feminine  in  the 
Contralto. 

Second  ;  Low  Treble. — Compass  from 

ZZ       to 

:=JF- 

This  is  a  comparatively  common  voice,   especially  among  boys,   and   is   fre- 
quently confounded  with  the  Contralto. 


fa 


26 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


Third  ;  Second,  or  Middle  Treble. — Compass  from 


to 


-<£?- 


is  the  most  common  voice  of  females,  to 
whom  the  passage  from 
is   often  extremely    difficult.      The    Italians    call  this   passage  il   ponlicello. 

Sometimes  the  ponticello  is  between    JtZI  and 


Fourth  ;  First  Treble,  or  Soprano.  —  Compass  from 


to 


This  voice  is  not  unusual  in  America,  especially  in  the  districts  lying  on  the 
sea-shore. 


Fifth ;  Pcrk  Soprano. — Compass  from 


t.. 


or  even 


This  Vojce,  very   uncommon  in  this  country,  is  found  oftener  in  France   than 
any  other  land. 

In  regard   to  the  compound  voices,  we  have  in   each  genus  as  many  species 


as  can  be  found  of  the  combinations,  two  and  two,  three  and  three,  &c.  Sec, 
of  the  simple  contiguous  voices.  In  this  way,  we  shall  have  in  the  whole,  fif- 
teen species  of  voices,  for  each  genus. 

It  must  be  remarked,  that  from  one  genus  to  the  other,  voices  of  the  same 
species  are  exactly  an  octave  from  each  other  in  pitch — namely,  the  Low  Baae 
from  the  Contralto,  the  Tenor  and  Middle  Treble,  Sec,  Sec  Yet,  if  these  vi- 
ces be  heard  together, they  are  thought  to  be  in  unison.  In  consequence  of  tins 
illusion,  when  two  voices  of  different  genera  are  in  unison,  the  masculine  appears 
above  the  feminine  voice. 


To  convince  his  scholars  of  this  fact,  let  the  teacher  sing  the  sound 
requesting  the    ladies  to  sing  the  same  sound  ;    they  will  invariably  siug  the 


octave, 


—  let  him  then  request  them  to  sustain  their  tone,  while  he 


-ri- 


sings   the  scale   till  he   reaches  the    tone, 


when  all  will  perceive 


that  they  had  been  singing  an  octave  above  the  pitch  given  them  by  the  teacher. 

Church  Music  being  generally  written  in  four  parts ;  that  is,  four  melodies 
are  heard  simultaneously.  Choirs  and  Schools  are  generally  classed  as  follows, 
13 aw,  Tenor,  Alto,  and  Treble. 

On  the  Bass,  are  placed  the  first  and  second  species  of  the  male  genus,  and 
on  the  tenor,  the  third,  fourth,  and  fifth  species. 

On  the  Alto,  we  have  the  first  and  second  species  of  the  female  genus,  and 
on  the  treble,  the  remaining  three  species. 


Tenor   voire*. 


•Trrblo  voire*. 


O 


^ 


s 


-gg — &• 


© 


-& 


"C7" 


-&- 


Z2ST. 


sizzzs?: 


— G.~j&i— 


'. «3 Sir*  " 


O 


<2_ 


l!n«»    inn  r.. 


Alio  voire*. 


I' 


1 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


27 


In  this  work  the  G  clef  is  used  to  indicate   the   arrangement  of  letters  on  the  staff  designed  for  the  Tenor,  in  which  case  the  part  is  an  octave  lower  than  if  it 
were  to  be  sung  by  a  Treble,  or  Alto  voice. 

TENOR. 


:s=q=  g:izqrzq:i=it^l==p=t=^I=3= ~  i=q==.i===i  igszzjiT I"5~~T  F 


p==i=====T=j==41 


-t_=j^il==|= 


—^-tlS-l 


ALTO. 


^rdJU^faj^-frgB^BEJ 


[•rebTTe 


-&--&-    -s?-     -&-■&-  -&- 


--o- 


"25^ 


i^i^^l^Jpil 


|E==HJE=BEE 


BASS. 


-€S- 


"&-*■-&—*-&■ 


1J&Z1 


2^-C?-J 


-T7^Z=^LZ3~ 


— CH 


— e?- 


22=1 


J 
J 


All  the  Female  voices 

3E-^E=" 
h4— — — 


EXERCISE    50 


~<s>- 


--£2 J 


— &- 


-Z&f- 


J. — &. 


r=:22: 


All  the  Mule  voices. 


-G- 


EXERCISE    51. 
~li=«?i=^^g*=J=^i*:^-ffi 


5BF 


-e?- 


1 


-C2- 


•©- 


-£?- 


==1=22= 


— + <S> 


iss: 


Z22=t=^== 


fel 


28 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 

EXERCISE    52. 


Trebles. 


-(== 


lli 


izzzzizztz 


1 Qi. X. 


=t 


:^zz: 


~s>- 


T=£ 


::zzs2ri 


-<s>- 


±=t= 


:^2-- 


Altos.  ______ «__  __________         _____  _______  -  -  - 

j_  mnuTTE    ^^i^t^ ^^:^]^  j^^p^^ 


^ 


I 


1 


EXERCISE    53 

All  the  Females. 


— i— i-j — i-  Nn  ri  - 

■--t-4-»-#-«-#-J-l-i^4-# 


-•-*"•-  All  the  Males. 


-C?- 


3= 


i   r    in 


-i — 
±_z 


:pc 


:;_: 


1 


-&■  r*  _- 


;ee 


_==r=_H 


:~b= 


TRANSPOSITION    OF    THE    SCALE. 
When  the  scale  is  writtten  in  the  key  of  any  other  letter  than  C,    it   is   said 
to  be  tranap  «ed,  and  the  proper  order  of  seconds  must  be  effected   by    the  use 
of  sharps  or  flat  fa  sharps  or  flats   are   called   the   signature,   and   are 

written  onee  for  all  immediately  after  the  clefs   at  the  commencement  of  the 
piece  of  music 


-#- 


o 


& 


SCALE    IN    TH       KEY    OF    G. 

23 


SSI 


o 


US 


IUM..«.  !>..,   i:..,     Mi.       In,   Sol,    La,      Si,    Do,    Si,    La,     Sol,    Fa,    Mi,       Re,    fio. 


Syllables.  Do,   Re,     Mi,       Fa,   Sol,    La,      Si,     !>..,     Si      La,     S.il,     Ft 
Letters.      G,    A,      R,       C,      D,      K,        F#,    G,       F#,  E,      D,      C, 


Numi-nils.    1      2 


8.      7 


,    Mi,       Re,     00 

B,         A,    Q. 

6         4  3  2  1 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


29 


5 


It  should  be  clearly  understood  that  the  #  is  placed  after  the  clef  as  the  sign  of  trails  position,  and  the  scale  in  the  key  of  G  is  the  same  as  the  scale  of  C,  only 
differing  in  pitch. 

F  is  sharped,  because  if  wc  place  Do  on  G,  we  must  have  a  minor  second  between  Do  and  Si,  which  syllables  now  fall  on  G  and  F  ;  but  it  has  been  seen 
that  it  is  a  major  second  from  F  to  G,  so  we  sharp  the  F.  and  then  it  is  only  a  minor  second  from  F#  to  G.  In  like  manner  it  was  only  a  minor  second  from 
E  to  F.  Now  it  is  a  major  second  from  La  to  Si,  but  by  sharping  the  F,  it  becomes  a  major  second,  and  thus  the  proper  order  of  seconds  is  effected.  In 
speaking  of  the  scale,  the  major  scale  is  always  meant,  unless  expressly  stated  otherwise. 

THE    CHROMATIC    SCALE    IN    THE    KEY    OF     G. 


'm 


g — b*- 


=t 


^IZ*£=££ztnit 


ipzzt=t 


m 


^— #2 

Do,         Di, 


=£ 


gtz==t#*: 


0  Jl2,  3,  4,        «4, 

Ki,  Mi,        Fa,      Fi, 


-G—b»- 

:| — r 


•>—  G--b 


:stzh*z 


m 


3,  4,        «4,  6,      J}5,         6,        (|6,  7,  8.  7,        t>7,  6,       \>6,         5,  t>5,         4,  3,         [>3,        2, 

Re,        "Ri,  Mi,        Fa,      Fi,         Sol,     Si,      La,      Li,  Si,        Do.        Si,         Se,        La,        Le,     Sol,        Sa,      Fa,        Mi,      Me,     Re, 

*  When  the  pitch  of  the  seventh  of  the  scale  is  depressed,  it  is  called  flat  seven,  even  when  the  depression  is  affected  by  a  natural. 

The  relative  minor  of  any  major  scale  commences  with  La  of  that  scale,  and  has  always  the  same  signature.     The  relative  minor  of  G  to  E  minor. 


1. 

Do 


SCALE  IN  E  MINOR,  RELATIVE  OF  G. 


EE^pEj= 


ii 


le: 


-g- 


_C2_ 


-G- 


*&_    2S:  #22- 


-G- 


&— T-G—y 


m=a 


izr.. 


-G- 


-JG. 


1 


La, 

Si, 

Do, 

Re, 

Mi, 

Fa, 

E, 

F#, 

G, 

A 

B, 

c, 

Si, 
D#, 


La, 
E, 


Si, 
D* 


Fa, 
C, 


Mi, 
B, 


Re, 
A, 


Do, 
G, 


Si, 

F#, 


La. 
G. 


Females. 


EXERCISE    54. 


^fefeE^I 


f^E^H^i 


miHH? 


30 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


?r^z 


^m 


I     '   I" 


_r — — _ 


:*:::*: 


-#— +- 


-fS —- 


-•—J- 


I 


'      '    -1 — r?-t— '' ~ 


■*--# 


:*s£= 


m 


t=Z 


I§ 


EXERCISE    55. 


Tenor. 


^,mwmw€^^\^\mm^^mm 


&A^>--»  — g-  :^^^ts> 


All*. 


; ^-F^j^fol  oLrJ     1  _4--g4-^U-^4=^4 


zami^iiEfe 


Treble 


g?^r^g^gj^i^igg|g£^fggjp^^i^^giggi 


Bnaa. 


-&- 


^ii 


gFf-JEaigEg 


EXERCISE    56. 


-O- 


o 


<C? J--C? 


*o" 


HHmm 


^zzzr 


-<£?- 


G>-*~ 


EXERCISE    57. 


.». 


o 


P-^H-^ 


^ 


*<> 


IIe^Is 


==r= 


-!©-- 


^> 


^^ 


-O- 


iH^l 


-£>- 


-£?• 


i 


I 


^H    jlJJIJ^fcg 


PRINCIPLES   OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 

EXERCISE    59. 


31 


:  :3E!ili^l3i^i±E^&iE* 


IS 


\  Males.  -£_#-  _-#-*-•-.  *&>-+•     •-•-!•---*-*-  #        .  #  -•-*-•-  ^"•-^-t**-  m  -       a  '-t1  #*-s-0-?-^ 


SCALE  IN  THE  KEY  OF  F. 


THE  MINOR  SCALE  IN  THE  KEY  OF  D,   RELATIVE  OF  F. 


I^lt^ 


HfiiiiiiliiliSlP^ 


Do,     Re,     Mi,    Fa,     Sol,    La,      Si,     Do.     Si,      La,      Sol,     Fa,     Mi,     Re, 


:^=^&=: 


Slimi 


#5: —  #?-  a. 


F,      G,      A,      BJ2,      C,      D,      E,       F,      E,      D,      C,       Bfr      A,       G,      F. 
1334567  8.  76  5432  1. 

B  is  flatted  that  the  proper  order  of  seconds  may  be  effected.     The  signature  of  the  key  of  F,  is  Bfr. 

.  CHROMATIC  SCALE  IN  THE  KEY  OF  F. 


La,      Si,      Do,     Re,     Mi,     Fa,        Si,      La,        Si,     Ea,     Mi,  Re,    Do,    Si,     La. 
D,     E,      F,      G,      A,     Bfc,       Cg,      D,        Cj},    Bfe,    A,    G,    F,       E,    D. 


S=t=t 


3t**I=®!=** 


3^S3^-^=^i 


t=t 


£=P 


S 


;^zfe^Zi§3=gj 


3E 


H=fc=l= 


q— ±=z 


t=± 


3=3— 3^3— ^^J—(^— ^:—(s:zhM—^--b^d^wd---i— --J-— 1:==T=q=ff 


Do,    Di,     Re,     Ri.     Mi,       Fa,      Fi,     Sol,      Si,     La,      Li,     Si,         Do.      Si,      Se,      La,     Le,    Sol,      Se,     Fa,       Mi,     Me,  Ri,      Re,  Do. 

1,     #1,       2,         #2,       2,  4,       #4,       5,       *5,       6,       #6,       7,  8.  7,       b7,       6-       l)6>       5>       b5>       4>  3>        b3>  2.        ''2.  *• 

F,     F*.     G,      G*.     A,         Bb,     Bg,     C,       C*,     D,       D#,     E,         F.         E,       El.,      D,       Dl>,     C,      CI.,     Bb,       A,        Ah,     G,      Gb,  F. 

*     Whenever  the  pitch  of  the  fourth  note  of  the  scale  Ls  elevated,  it  is  called  iharp  four,  although  the  elevation  may  bo  effected  by  means  of  a  Natural. 

Females.  EXERCISE     GO. 

N£^rr-        ^M^-r-r       s-„«-t-  -,-  -T* 


isiiffiii; 


42;:  ZM. 


m^m 


-r_*_*-^r 


1--fi---— |~r- -r-f~ * —       — <~ l       l  T 


Males 


■0-0-0- 


HE|li|^ii: 


-©>- 


#-#-•- 


i£ 


s 


tt=t£3= 


S^^SSs 


32 


PKINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 

EXERCISE   61. 


— b-& 


EE 


SCALE    IN    THE    KEY    OF    D. 


THE  MINOR  SCALE  IN  B,  RELATIVE  OF  D. 


fcnpq:i:EZiiii=:i-ii:i=i=:i_4_i=Z(:-p 


&fe 


T0.T<=.;?;;?:T-^1=.T0-n 


€?-*-&- 


mimmmimmmmm 


c?- 


T5T-C?- 


iiglilliligil 


£?--? 


silllil^giiilfli 


Do    Re     Mi    Fa    Sol    La     Si     Do     Si     La     Sol    Fa    Mi     Re    Do 
D      E      F#     G     A     B       C#    D       C#   B      A       G      F#    E      D 


La    Si     Do    Re    Mi     Fa     Si      La     Si      Fa    Mi    Re    Do    Si    La 
B     C«    D      E      F#    G      A#    B      A#     G      F#    ED      C*   B 


:*: 


— ~1    J  %!=£— <^~*i^^&-~T~*T-- 

-&— *r  —-=>—#• — ° <         r   -4- 


CHROMATIC    SCALE   IN    THE    KEY   OF    D. 


-a 


.>:* 


r^::^— fsizg* 


-£?- 


£E£Et 


Do     l>i      lie       Ri     Mi       Fa       Fi     Sol       Si       La      Li       Si       Do      Si      So      La      Le      Sol      Se     Fa      Mi      Mc     lie       Re     Do 
1       4fl      2       #2     3        4      #4      5      #5        6      #6       7        8        7       |>7       6      t>6        5       fc>5      4        3       fc3       2      fc'2       1 

EXERCISE    62. 


C7-    -j^t 


^■^^^g^^^^^gg^^p^^^^^^^P 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


33 


THE  SCALE  IN  THE  KEY  OF  Bh. 


Md^^wMAkkBM 


&-  -zr 


mMimmm§mmmM 


Do  Re  Mi  Fa  Sol  La  Si  Do  Si  La  Sol  Fa  Mi  Re  Do 
Bb  C  D  E5  F  G  A  Bb  A  G  F  E£  E  C  Bt> 
THE  MINOR  SCALE  IN  THE  KEY  OF  G,  RELATIVE  OF  B  b. 


:zt>— r— t— i=3^jgr*»igjggpgqs3: 


— © 


tEI. 


:  is::  251: 


HillSIil 


:3=iSi3 


o 


fef#^ 


SK 


[2ZJ 
La 
G 


l^i    Si    Do    Re    Mi     Fa      Si      La      Si    Fa    Mi     Re    Do     Si 
G      A    Bb      C      D      E5      F#     G        F*    Et>    D     C      BB    A 

N.  B.  As  exercises  for  these  and  tlie  following  scales,  let  the  teacher  practice  some  of  the 
pieces  in  the  book;  commencing  with  the  easier  tunes,  and  gradually  going  to  the  more  difficult 
ones.  Let  them  be  sung  first  by  syllables,  and  then  with  the  words  olaced  there  for  that 
purpose. 


THE  SCALE  IN  THE  KEY  OF  A. 


-#^-T— 1 


,<s>-,<a- 


-£?- 


■  -<z> 


prgigip 


rO- 


HHI 


ZZZ-ZZ<SLi 


mmmmmmm 


Do     Re    Mi     Fa    Sol    La     Si      Do     Si     La     Sol    Fa    Mi    Re    Do 
A      B      C*    D     E      F#     G#     A      G*    F«    E      D      C#    B      A 

j,  THE  MINOR  SCALE  IN  THE  KEY  OF  F$,  RELATIVE  OF  A. 

-#Tg~T T T T rrT^r©" 


IZZZSi. 


\o-  ^ 


mmmmm 


isii=isy^fei=ii 


La    Si     Do     Re    Mi     Fa     Si       La 

[5]     F#    G#   A      B      C*     D    E#      F# 


HL 


i 


Si      Fa    Mi    Re    Do    Si     lT 
E*    D      C*    B      A    G#     F# 


THE  SCALE  IN  THE  KEY  OF  Eh. 


Do    Re    Mi     Fa    Sol     La     Si     Do    Si    La    Sol     Fa  Mi  Re    Do 
Eb     F      G      A|i    Bt)    C      D     Eb    D     C      Bl?    At>    G    F      E5 


^±=::—  -~ 


THE  MINOR  SCALE  IN  C,  RELATIVE  OF  Eg. 


■O- 


<ZLi: 


Mdwi^MWM 


La      Si    Do    Re    Mi     Fa     Si      La     Si      Fa    Mi  Re   Do  Si    La 
C       D      Eb    F     G      Ab    B5     C      B*    Ab    G    F    Eb    D    C 


THE  SCALE  IN  THE  KEY  OF  E. 


4 


llfiS^ISllIII 

_     *«-3  "©      r~,     


© 


^i& 


I 


®i^i 


i=liiai=iai 


Do     Re     Mi     Fa  Sol    La    Si    Do    Si     La    Sol  Fa    Mi  Re    Do 

E      F#     G#     A    B      Cf    W    E    E*    C*    B     A     C*    F*    E 


-#A 


THE  MINOR  SCALE  IN  C*.  RELATIVE  OF  E. 


=l^ili!llliISiilil| 


04#-# 


,0^*3. 


C*zz 


h<SH 


"T^T^T      T~T       i^T^'TS'r" 


La    Si    Do    Re  Mi   Fa     Si    La     Si      Fa  Mi    Re    Do  Si    La 
C#    D*   E     F#  G#  A      B*    C*    B*    A    G#    F#    E    D&  C4 


:;i 


PRINCIPLES    OF    MUSICAL    NOTATION. 


OF  DYNAMICS. 

'  The  following  words,  when  written  over  or   under  notes,  indicate  the  degree  of 
force  to  he  given  to  the  tones  represented  by  the  notes,  that  is  how  loud  or  how  soft 
I  bi   sung: 
Piano,  or  its  abbreviation    p  implies  a  soft  tone. 


very  soft  tone, 
medium  tone. 
moderately  soft  tone, 
moderately  loud  tone 
loud  tone. 
very  loud  tone, 
tone  is  indicated   bv  the 


Pianissimo,         "  pp 

M<  .  "  m 

Mezzo  Piano,     "  mp 

Mezzo  Forte,    "  mf 

"  / 

tissimo,        "  .//' 

A  gradual  increase  in  the   force  of  a   .. 
character -=:,  and  a  gradual  decrease    bv  the  word    Diminuendo,  or  the  chante- 
rs-.    A  gradual  increase,  followed  immediately  by  a  gradual  decrease  is  called 
a  twill,  and  is  indicated  thus.  -==  _  ,     ,, 

word  Forzando,  its  abbreviation  fz,  or  the  sign  >,  directs  that  the  tone  should 
be  delivered  with  a  sudden  and  forcible  emphasis. 
EX  KKCISE    63 


Crescendo,  or  a 


>£;-ir-ii§i^i 


3=t 


till        /<-.\      __!___      :..„„      n.,nw     ,»      rsrttrt        inrlio'itrtw      O       »"» T-nl  r»ll  fTH  1 1  CtTi      f\f     till 


jT* -*; 

A  hold,  <~)  wben  written  over  a  note,  indicates  a  prolongation  of  the  tone,  and 
when  over  a  rest,  a  prolongation  of  silem  e 

EX  ERCISB    64. 

■  i  Hi .  :M  >=Siiii8r 

i  or  counting  the  time  must  be  suspended  on  the  final   part  of  the 

note  or  rest  over  which  the  hold  i>  placed. 

\   Double  Bab  i    used  to  divide  the  music  corresponding  to  different  lines  of 

poetry  ;  it  Tnav  occur  in  tl  ■  lire,  ai'd  ought  not  to  affect  the  time 

aenre  at  all,  unless  a  hold  be  placed  over  it. 


The  staccato,  or  the  characters  lor',  placed  over  a  note  or  succession  of  notes, 
imply  that  thev  should  be  sung  in  a  short,  detached  manner,  thus : 

y&=^==t^==?=5 

Example. 

On  the  contrary,  the  word  legato,  or  a  tie,  -— ^  over  a  succession  of  notes,  imply 
that  they  should  be  sung  in  a  very  smooth  and  connected  manner. 

EXERCISE    0  5. 


A  ii«!:tiii«". 


g^*lii2§llS 


I       I       ! 


-<s>-B 


*t==1=3EE£lt==i=±3rzz=ib 


The  word  enharmonic,  implies  the  representation 
of  the  same  tone  on  different  degrees  of  the  staff, 
thus:— 


Fi      Se 


^m 


Ri     Me 


^=f^a±5g=3i=^ 


zs*-#- 


A  syncopated  note  is  one  that  em- 
braces two  parts  of  a  measure,  the.  first 
of  which  is  not  accented,  while  the 
second  is  accented,  thus : 

The  syncopated  note  changes  the  ac- 

cent  from  the  third  to  the  second  part  of  4F4—  ZZT_lZ=Z=tZzt 

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DICTIONARY   OF  MUSICxiL  TERMS. 


A.  An  Italian  preposition,  meaning  to,  in, 
■with,  according,  to,  &c. ;  as  a  tempo,  in  time, 
a  4  voce,  for  four  voices. 

\<    i    ELLERANDO.        Hastening     tlie      lime, 

moving  faster  and  faster. 

Accidental,  is  a  term  applied  to  sharp.-*, 
flats,  and  naturals,  when  they  occur  not  as  the 
tore  (see  Signature)  of  a  piece  of  music, 
but  only  before  some  particular  note  or  notes. 
Accompaniment   (Italian,  Accompag- 
namento);  a   term    generally   applied   to  the 
part  performed  by  instruments  in  conm  i  tiou 
with  another,  or  others  performed  by  voices. 
Accompaniment  ad  libitum,  an  ac- 
companiment that  may  be  used  or  omitted  at 
in  .  in  contradistinction  to  obligate;  an 
accompaniment  that  cannot  be  omitted. 

Ad  A  (i  io.  Slowly;  used  to  denote  a  move- 
;..•  hi  faster  than  lafgo,  hut  slower  than  lento; 
Adagio  movements  should  generally  be  per- 
formed  in  a  gentle,  calm  manner. 

Ad  a  (.  issi  m  o.  The  superlative  at  Adagio, 
very  slow,  soft  and  su! 

Adagio  Assai.  Nearly  synonymous  with 
the  above. 

\     I.i  hi  i  i  m,  or  ad   Lin.     At  pleasure, 
ling  ti>  one's  choice,  used  with  red  n-n   ' 
to  the  time  of  a  IDOVemi  Ul 

Yffetuobo.       With     deep     feeling    and 

'  !<m. 
Vgitato.     Indicates  a  hurried,  disturbed 
manner  of  performance. 

\i..  All,  Alla,  Alle,  Allo ; Different 
forms  of  the  Italian  preposition  A,  combined 
with  the  definite  article  il,  lo,  la,  &c.    They 

i  literally    to   the,    or  ACCORDING   TO, 

a-   Alia   Turca,  in  the  Turkish  style,  Alia 
Cappella,  in  the  church  Btyle. 

ALLEG]  <  In ir  k l_v  ;     it    also    generally 

l         ii  mo 
ttho      baracterisl  I  be  heighten- 

ed, while  the  diminutive,  Attn 
rapid  and  j  i  ement     The  word  Allegro 

is  verv  often  combined  with  o\ 
gro  (Jon  Urio,  and  Allt^ro  Con  I'nuco,  with  ve- 
hemence and  spirit  j  Allegro  Vivace ,  very  fast  and, 


with  great  animation;  Allegro  di  Afolto,  exoeed- 

quick;  A llegro  ma  grazioso,  fast,  but  in  a 

manner;  Allegro  ma  non  troppo, 

and   Allegro  ma  non  presto,  quite  fast,  but  not 

hurried. 

Ai.i.'  Ottava.  On  the  octave.  When 
written  over  notes  it  means  that  they  should 
be  played  or  sung  an  octave  higher  than  writ- 
ten, and  when  under  dotes,  that  they  should 
be  performed  an  octave  lower. 

AIT  Segno.  To  the  sign;  this  directs  the 
performer  to  return  to  the  sign  (•$>.,  or  §,) 
and  repeat  from  that. 

Ambrosian  Chant.  A  peculiar  kind  of 
hant,  so  named  from  its  inventor  St.  Ambrose, 
Bishop  of  .Milan,  who  lived  A.  D.  340-398. 

Andante.  This  term  refers  not  only  to 
a  moderate,  measured  movement,  hut  includes 

the  mode  of  delivery.  Alone,  it  indicates  a  gentle, 
calm,  peaceful  expression,  and  a  movement  nei- 
ther so  fast  as  Allegro,  or  as  slow  as  Adagio,  but 
one  midway  between  them.  It  is  very  often  com- 
ivith  other  words,  as  Andante  Affetuoso, 
\::>  ' j     Andanli   Divoto,  with  gre  it  i  e 

ing,    with    penitential  and   reverential 

emotion;    Indante  Cantabile,  is  a  smoothlyflow- 
elodious  manner. 
\  \  pan  ii  no,  the  diminutive  of  Andante 
It  is  yet  a  disputed  point  whether  the  word 
notes  a  quicker  or  slower  movement  than  Andante 

b     cm  mi s  in  both  senses;  in 

i  ik,  it  indicafc     il  ckern 

than  Andante,  but  with  thi     urn    tyle    fdelivery. 
Animato,  or  Con   Anima,    indicates  a 
bold,  vigorous  manner  of  performance. 

Anthem.      A  sacred  composition,  for  any 
number  of  voices,  the  words  of  which  are  most 
tken   from  the  Psalms.     There  are 
several  kinds  of  ant     n  vera  anthem 

for  soli  thi  solo  anlhi  m  for  oni 

and  the  full  anthem  for  voices  and  instm 
1  from  the   I 
ma,  which  meant  a  kind  of  ci 
ne 
An  ti  phonal.      Music  performed  respon- 
sively,    one    part    being    sung     by    B    solo   or 
semi-chorus,  and  answered  in  the  same  man- 
ner. 

A  1'iacere.     See  ad  libitum. 
Appassionato,  or  Con  I'assione.     In 


a  highly  impassioned   manner,    indicative  of  [whose  parts  consist  of  breves ;  it  is  now  wholly 
much  more  fervid  emotion  than  Affetuoso.      jdisused.     The  expression  Alla  Breve  is  also 
\ppoggi  atu  k  A.      Commonly 


applied  to  an  ornamental  dire-note 
which  forms  no  part  of  the  harmo- 
ny, and  is  usually  written  in  a 
small  form,  thus: 

Ardito.      With  spirit  and  energy. 

Arioso.      In  a  light,  airy,  gay  manner. 

AesAi.  An  Italian  adverb,  meaning  very 
in  a  high  degice.  It  occurs  connected  with 
and  qualifying  very  many  musical  terms,  as 
piano  assai,  very  soft;  presto  assai,  very 
quick. 

Adagio  Assai.     Very  slow  and  subdued. 

A  Tempo.  In  time,  used  when  the  reg- 
ular beat  has  been  interrupted  by  an  ad  lib :  or 
ritard,  (see  ritard,)  to  indicate  that  the  regular 
movement  should  be  resumed. 

A  Tempo  Giusto.  In  very  strict  and 
steady  time. 

A  Tempo  Ordinario.  Synonymous 
with  Moderate,  which  see 


oinetimes  used,  and  denotes  a  prettv  rapid  move 
ment,  nearly  synonymous  with  A  Cappella. 

I'kio.      Spirit,  vivacity,  animation. 

Buffo.       An    Italian    adjective,    meaning 
Comic,  sportive,  facetious.,  &c. 

Cadenza,  or  Cadence.  Sometimes 
means  an  ornamental  passage  occasionally  in- 
troduced by  performers  at  the  end  of  a  piece  of 
music;  again  it  is  used  as  synonymous  with  the 
word  trill,  particularly  by  the  French;  but  the 
more  proper  and  technical  meaning,  is.  every 
harmonic  progression  where  after  a  dominant 
seventh,  or  also  the  harmony  of  the  subdominunt 
the  tonic  harmony.  In  the  first  case  it  ii 
called  the  authentic,  and  in  the  second,  tkiz  plagal 
cadence. 

Calando.       Gradually    becoming    softer 
and  slower. 

Cantabile.       Designates    a     moderate 
ment,   and   a   simple,  unaffected  style  of 
performance. 

Cantata.     A  kind  of  composition  inven- 
ted by  Barbara  Strozzi,  h   Venetian   lady,  in  the 


ADuE.fo.  two  voices;' A  Tre,  for  three -•■";"-'"'1'   century.     It    ,- n,  rail;,   constate  of 
.  '  .  '  .'        „  two   or  even  three  melodic*,   interspersed  with 

ices;  A  CiuATTiio,  for  lour  voices,  &c.     recitative 


voices 

Attacca.  A  term  used  tit  the  end  of  a 
movement,  to  show  that  the  next  movement 
should  be  immediately  commenced,  wit  bout 
stopping  at  all  between  the  two. 

Ballad.  A  little  lyric  story,  or  a  few 
reflections,  expressed  in  a  few  verse-,  i  acl 
of  which  i-       <-   t"  the  same  tune. 

Baritono    or   barytone.     That    kind 


Cantatrice.      A  female  vocalist. 

( '  \  n  i  o.  Literally  a  song,  used  as  sy- 
ii.in\  mous  with  melody. 

Canto  Fihmo.  A  kind  of  composition 
where  till  the  notes  are  of  the  same  length,  and 
the  melody  very  simple. 

Cappella.     The   phrase  JUL l  Cappella 

was  formerly  used  to  signify  a  vocal  performance 

of    voice  which  lays  midway  between  Bass  and  wi;]l,,ut    ,|,,    :i  ,j   ,,,    instruments ;  bul   now  has 


The  name  of  the  lowest 


Tenor. 

Basso,  or  Bass. 
part  in  harmony. 

Bene  Placito.     Indicates  that  the  |"  r- 
r  is  at  liberty  to  ei  and  01  namen) 

pli     are. 

Bur. ve.  Means  a  note,  formerly  used, 
but  now-  almost  obsolete.  Ii  literal!)  means 
short,  and  '  find 

er  note  called  Longa.    The  Breve  ie  twice 

ailed  a  whole  note,  and  is    writ- 
ten as  follows,  ~ 

Alla  Breve    iiionsuro  is  that  measure 


reference  to  the  movement,  and  indicates  a  coo 
■  ;.  di  rree  of  rapidity. 
Capriccio.      A    term    applied  to  every 

i f  compo  iti"'1.  written  rather  ace, 

I,,    the    whim    of  the    composer,   than    the    strict 
I  unity  of  effi 

Caprice.    Sa as  above.   A  Caprice. 

u    h  ttli  ad  lilt,  which    i 

"Ca  vat  in  a.      A  word  used  to  designate  a 

■  ment,  somc- 

i  ii  in  is  inserted  in,  or  affixed  to  a  recitative.  ( 

Chant.      A  very  simple  harmonized  mel- 

o.lv,  to  which  are  sung  portions  of  the  Scriptures 

though  not  in  measure.    Thero  aro  several  kinds' 


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37 


of  chants;  as  the  Plain  Chant,  a  simple  unhar 
nionizeil  melody ;  the  figurate  chant,  sung  ir 
parts  ;  the  Ambrosian  chant,  the  Gregorian  chant, 
&c. 

Che.  An  Italian  word,  sometimes  used 
ti)  signify  than,  as  piu  che  lento,  more  than  slow, 
that  is,  slower  than  lento,  &c. 

Choir.  This  word  has  various  significa- 
tions] as  follows.  1,  The  enclosed  portion  of  a 
Cathedral,  appropriated  to  the  celebration  of  Di 
vine  Worship.  2.  That  part  of  the  church  ap 
propriated  to  the  singers,  and  lastly,  the  more 
general  use  of  the  word,  any  collection  of  singers 

Choral.  A  word  derived  from  the  Greek 
Chorus,  meaning  originally  a  dance,  afterward  a 
dance  accompanied  by  singing,  and  finally  a  com 
pany  of  singers  alone.  Choral,  as  an  adjective 
means  that  which  relates  to  a  choir,  as  a  choral 
hymn  ;  as  a  substansive,  it  is  used  to  designate  a 
species  of  music,  of  a  peculiarly  grave  and  solemn 
character,  generally  moving  in  notes  of  equal 
length.  The  phrase  Choral  music  refers  to 
music  written  in  choral  style,  which  should 
always  be  performed  in  a  slow  and  dignified  man- 
ner, without  however  drawling  the  words,  or 
dragging  the  time;  this  term  also  means  music 
in  parts,  in  distinction  from  solo  or  verse  music. 

Chord.      A  term  applied  to  any    simulta 
taneous  combination  of  tones  whatever. 

Crorus.  From  the  Greek  Choros-  (see 
choral  )  This  word  means  1st,  a  collection  of  sing- 
ers, and  2nd,  music  written  in  several  parts,  each 
one  of  which  is  to  be  sung  by  a  number  of  voices  ; 
the  word  is  also  used  to  distinguish  such  a  piece 
of  music  from  a  solo,  duet,  trio  or  quartett.  Semi- 
chorus  means  a  small  chorus. 

Chromatic.  A  word  applied  to  music 
which  abounds  in  accidentals  ;  also  used  as  op- 
posed  to  diatonic.     (See  Elementary  principles.) 

Coda.     Literally  a  tail.     When  a    piece 

of  music  consists  of  several  portions  which  arc 
to  be  repeated,  and  is  not  of  itself  brought  to  a 
satisfactory  close,  it  is  usual  to  append  a  distinct 
portion,  called  the  Coda  which  serves  to  finish 
the  piece  in  a  complete  manner. 

Col,  Coll,  Colla,  Colle,  Coi,  Cog- 
li.  The  Italian  preposition  con,  (with,) 
combined  with  the  definite  article,  meaning  «ii7/i 
the  ■  as  Col  arco,  with  the  bow  ;  Colla  voce,  with 
the  voico. 


Come.     As;    covie    prima,    ns  at  first;)     Di   Molto.     An  Italian  phrase,  meaning!      Feroce.      This  word    denotes   a    wild, 
come  sopra,  as  above.  iwrj,  very  much  ;  as  affetuoso  di  mollo,v/ith  greatl/if  re? ,  mode  of  performance. 

Comodo,  or   f'oMMODO.      Used    to   indi-|feeling  ;  allegro  di  molto,  exceedingly  quick  and       Fieramente;     Boldly,     full    of    vigor 
cate  that  a  piece  of  music  should   be  performcd|ell<'rSe,'r-  jand  energy. 

in  a  convenient  grade  of  time.  Dirge.      A  musical    composition    for    fu-      Finale;  The    close  of  a    piece;     as    the 

Con,  Co,  Collo.      (See  Col,  Coll,  &c.)l"eral  occasions.  \finale  of  a  symphony,  or  of  an  oratorio. 


Means  with,  with  the,  used  in  a  great  variety  of 
connections,  as  con  fuoco,  with  vehemence  ; 
col  basso,  with  the  bass ;  con  gli  strumenli,  with 
the  instruments,  &c. 

Concento.  Union  of  voices  and  instru- 
ments. 

Conductor.  A  term  applied  to  one  who 
has  the  general  superintendance  of  a  performance 

Coro.     The  Italian  word  for  chorus. 

Counterpoint.  A  word  of  very  exten- 
sive signification,  applied  not  only  to  severa 
distinct  classes  of  composition  in  two  or  more 
parts,  but  also  to  every  possible  variety  of  harmo- 
ny ;  the  most  general  meaning  is  harmony,  in  all 
its  different  forms. 

Crescendo.  Abbreviated  Cres,  Cr. 
A  gradually  increasing  strength  of  sound.  The 
sign  for  crescendo  is   -*=^Z 

Da,  Da',  Dal,  Dalla,  Dalle,  Hal- 
lo. Da  is  an  Italian  preposition  meaning  from, 
or  of;  combined  with  the  definite  article  as  above, 
t  means  from  the,  or  of  the;  as  Da  Capo,  from 
the  beginning;  dal  segno,  from  the  sign 

Da  Capo;  From  the  beginning.  A  term 
used  at  the  end  of  a  piece  of  music,  to  direct  the 
performer  to  commence  the  piece  again,  and  go 
to  the  point  marked  Fine,  end.  This  phrase  is 
frequently  abdreviated  thus,  D.  C. 

Decani,  a  term  used  to  distinguish  the 
vocal  priests  of  a  Cathedral  from  the  lay  choris- 
ters, who  are  called  Cantoris. 

Declamando.  In  a  speaking,  rather 
than  merely  singing  style. 

Decrescendo.  Synonymous-  with  Di- 
minuendo, wrhich  see. 

Delicato,  Delicatamente,  con 
Delicatezza;  these  all  indicate  a  tasteful  and 
delicate  mode  of  performance. 

Descant,  or  Disc  ant.  A  musical  com- 
position in  parts 

Diminuendo,  implies  a  gradual  diminu- 
tion in  the  strength  of  the  tones,  the  sign  for  the 
diminuendo  ~^=—.  The  union  of  the  crescendo 
and  diminuendo,  — =C^="-,  is  called  a  swell. 


Discord,  Dissonance  ;  a  combination 
of  tones,  which  being  heard  disconnectedly 
sound  disagreeably, 

Divoto.  Devoutly,  expressive  of  relig- 
ious emotion. 

Dolce.  With  a  soft,  delicate  expression 
the  superlative  dolcissimo,  is  frequently  found 
synonymous  with  dolce,  are  the  less  used  words 
\dolccmente ,  and  dolcexza. 

DOLENTE,     DoLOROSO,     CON      DUOLO, 

Con  Dolore  ;  with  an   expression  of  pain   and 


{ 
paniment 

Dynamics.  (A  word  of  Greek  deriva- 
tion.) The  doctrine  relating  to  different  degrees 
of  force  or  loudness,  comprising  whatever  relatesi"'*"'  great  energy  and  fury. 


Fine;  The  end.  A  word  generally  used 
in  the  case  of  a  da  capo  or  dal  si^iiu,  to  indicate 
clearly  where  the  piece  closes. 

Flebile.  Mournfully,  synonymous  with 
l.agrimoso. 

Forte.  Loud;  Fortissimo,  superla- 
tive, very  loud,  abbreviated  /',  and  {!'. 

Forza.  Force,  power.  Con  tutta  la 
forza,  as  loud  as  possible. 

FORZANDO  or RlNFOHZANDO,  FoRZATO 

or    Rinkorzato.     A  very  sudden   increase  of 


distress. 

T.    0      .,        ,  ,         .   .-  <•/;„„,„    ..  i  -„u  force,  abbreviated  Jz,  rfz,  or  ■>. 

D.  S.,  the  abbreviation  of  del  segno,  which,  '  i.  i-        f-  a  i 

'  Fugue,   Italian    Fugoa.       A    particular 

r\  r>  _        a   „•      „   „r  ..  .,„:  .species  of  musical  composition,  where  one   part 

Duetto,  or  Duett.     A  piece  of  music  ^  off  an<J  seemg  (o  ^  o  ^  n  ^ 

or  two  voices,  whether  with  or  without  accom-  t,)e  others  wbich  uursue  at  certajn  distances.  a„d 

according  to  certain  rules. 

Furioso,    Con    Fuoco,    Furibondo, 


to  loud  and  soft,  crescendo,  diminuendo,  fyc. 

E,  before  a  vowel «  ed.  An  Italian  con- 
junction meaning  aiid. 

Elegante,  Elegantamente,  Con 
Eleganza.     With  grace. 

Elegy,  (Italian  Elegia.)  A  vocal  com- 
position of  a  plaintive  or  mournful  character. 

Encore.  A  French  adverb,  meaning 
again.  This  has  been  for  a  long  time  used  at 
musical  performances,  in  calling  for  a  repetition 
of  a  peculiarly  striking  or  pleasing  performance. 

Energico.      With  vigor;    with  energy. 

Expressivo,  or  Con  Espressione. — 
With  expression;  paying  great  attention  to  the 
dynamic  and  other  signs  winch  may  occur. 

Expression  ;  such  a  performance  as  gives 
to  music  some  designed,  specific  character,  and 
makes  it  the  powerfully  expressive  language  of 
the  soul.  The  dynamic  signs,  the  ritard,  and  va- 
rious Italian  objectives  are  collectively  termed 
marks  of  expression. 

Fantasia.  Synonymous,  or  nearly  so  with 
Capnccio,  which  see. 


Giochevole,  Giochevolmente,  Gi- 

OCOSAMENTE,  GlOCOLOAM  ENTE,  GlOCOSO,  GlU- 
CANTE,  GiuCHEVOLE  ;  all  mean  lightly,  sport- 
ively, gaily. 

Giusto;  Just,  exact.  A  term  used  by 
composers  in  cases  where  they  consider  a  steady 
and  even  performance  especially  important;  also 
after  a  tempo  rubato,  which  see. 

Glee.  A  species  of  composition  in  three 
or  more  parts,  almost  exclusively  confined  to 
England. 

Glissando.  A  gliding  from  one  note 
to  the  next 

Glorification.  Vocal  adoration  and 
praise  of  the  Supreme  Being. 

Grandioso.     In  an  elevated  style. 

Grave.  This  word  when  prefixed  to  a 
niece  of  music,  indicates  a  very  slow  movement, 
with  a  peculiarly  solemn  and  dignified  method  of 
performance. 

Grazioso,  Con  Grazia.  Gracefully, 
with  elegance 

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•  our  B  natural;  with  them  B  is  always 
understood  to  be  B  b- 

Harmony.       Any    simultaneous    combi- 
nation of  tones,  whether  a  single  chord,  or  a  suc- 
i  of  chords  ;  also  used  to  denote  the  knowl- 
edge of  the  laws  which    regulate  the  succession 
ords. 

Hymn.     This  word  originally  meant  any 

or  Bong,  but  the  use  of  the  word  has  long 
been  confined  to  short  lyric  poems  for  sacred 
purpo 

I  m  petuoso,  Con  Impeto;  boisterously, 
noUi/y. 

Innocents,  Innockntamknte;  this 

word  indicates  a  simple,  artless  style  of  perform- 
ance. 

Interlude.  Any  short  intermediate 
instrumental  performance. 

Laobimoso,  Lagrimando;  indicate  a 
sad,  melancholy  style. 

Lamentabile,  Lamextoso;  nearly 
■ynonymoiu  with  the  above, 

I.am  enta  vole;  plaintive , complaining. 

Lanouendo,  Langcente,  Lanque- 
mim  c  ,  languithing,  pining, 

LARGO.  This  word  designates  the  slow- 
est grade  of  time  ;  the  diminutive,  lurghelto,  in- 
dicates a  movement  between  adagio  and  largo. 

Legato;  Very  closely  connected!  joined 

together  ;  superlative  legutissimu. 

Leggiebo,  Leggeramente;  lightly, 

with  elasticity. 

Lisi  esbo,  or  Lo  Stesso.  The  same,  as 
Viilttxo  tempo,  the  same  movement. 

1      ..i   mo        This    word    denotes    a  slow 
lent,  combined    with  a  mournful,  gloomy, 
• 
I      IINGANDO,  LUSINGHIERO;    in  a  fiat- 
insinuating  manner. 
LYBIC.      A  term  applied  to  poetry  intend- 
ed especially  to  be  sung. 

Mi  An  Italian  word  meaning  but,  at 
AlUgro  ma  non  troppo,  quick,  but  DOI  too  quick. 

M  ■  i  With  dignity,  with    gravity; 

moui  w  ith  this  ih  the  pbi 

Haiti  lndo.  Tin-,  word  denotes  a  very 
gradual  diminution  to  the  extremeit  degree  oil 
softness;  nearly   syuouyuious    with  this   are  the 


words  calando,  morendo.  perder.dosi,  and 
smorzando. 

Marcato.  In  a  distinct,  prominent  man- 
ner. 

Mass.  (Latin  missa,  Italian  messa,  Ger- 
man messe.)  The  service  of  celebrating  the 
Lord's  Supper  in  the  Catholic  Church;  used 
also  to  denote  the  appropriate  music  for  such 
an  occasion. 

Melody.  A  regular  and  agreeable  suc- 
cession of  tones,  conveying  some  impression 
to  the  niiud,  either  of  joy  or  grief,  agitation 
or  calmness,  &c  ,  &c. 

Memo.  An  Italian  adverb,  meaning  less; 
it  is  used  to  qualify  many  of  the  adjectives, 
thus  meno  allegro,  less  quick,  meno  forte, 
less  loud,  meno  vivace,  with  less  energy. 

Mezzo.  Feminine  mczza,  moderately  : 
thus  mezzo  forte,  moderately  loud,  mezzo 
piano,  moderately  soft,  abbreviated  mf;   nip 

Mezza  Ui  Voce.  A  phrase,  signifying, 
a  Swell,  thus:  ""==:^.    ^==~ 

Mod erato.  Is  used  as  a  designation  of 
the  movement,  and  is  thus  often  combined 
with  other  words,  as  Allegro  Moderalo  ; 
moderately  fast. 

Modulation.  A  change  of  key  in  a 
piece  of  music. 

Molto.  Very  much;  synonymous  with 
assai,  as  molto  vivace,  very  lively. 

Mosso.  An  Italian  participle,  meaning 
moved.  It  is  used  to  denote  a  quickened 
grade  of  time,  when  it  is  combined  with  the 
adverb  piu,  thus  piu  mosso,  quicker. 

M'.iett.  A  sacred  composition  in  parts; 
the  words  generally  taken  from  the  Scriptures. 

Moro.  Usually  denotes  an  increase  of 
movement,  as  Andante  con  moto,  in  the  same 
style  as  Andante,  but  a  little  faster;  Con 
piu  moto,  faster. 

Movement.  Musical  progression  in 
general. 

Ni.i.,  N't 1. 1.',  Nei.i.a,  Nello.  Com- 
pounds of  tho  Italian  definite  article   ami   the 


preposition  in,  meaning  in  the;  las  J\"ello 
stesso  tempo,  in  the  same  time. 

Non.  This  is  both  a  Latin  and  Italian 
adverb,  meaning  not,  as  non  troppo  allegro, 
not  too  fast. 

O,  Od,  Osia.  Italian  conjunction,  mean- 
ing or  ;  as,  Soprano  Oil  alto,  the  Soprano  or 
alto,  Oboe  osia  clarinetto,  hautboy  or  clari- 
net. 

Obligato.  An  indispensable  pait,  ma- 
terial to  the  intended  effect  of  the  piece. 

Oratorio.  A  Sacred  Musical  Drama, 
consisting  of  solos,  duetts,  trios,  quartette  and 
choruses. 

Orchestra.  Means  1st,  the  space  ap- 
propriated to  the  choir  and  instrumental  per- 
formers, and  2d,  the  hand  of  instrumental 
musicians  themselves. 

Ordinario.  In  the  usual  manner.  Tem- 
po Ordinario,  in  a  moderate  degree  of  time. 

Ottata  Alt.  An  octave  above.  Ot- 
tava  Bassa.     An  octave  below. 

Overture.  An  introductory  symphony 
to  a  musical  drama. 

P.  The  abbreviation  of  the  word  piano, 
soft. 

Pastorale.  A  peculiar  movement  in 
6-8  measure. 

Patetico.  Pathetic,  expressive  of  sad 
emotions. 

Per.  A  Latin  and  Italian  preposition, 
meaning  by,  through,  for  ;  as  Sonata  per  il 
violino,  a  Sonata  for  the  violin;  pella  voce, 
for  the  voice. 

Perdendosi.  Means  literally  wasting 
away  ;  synonymous  with  morendo,  mancan- 
do,  &c. 

Pesante.  Indicate!  that  the  notes  are 
to  be  delivered  in  an  emphatic,  distinct 
manner. 

1'iacere,  und  A  Piacimento.  See 
ad  libitum. 

I'iano.  Superlative  pianissimo,  abbre- 
viated P,  and  PP,  soft  and  very  soft. 

Pietobo.     Denotes  a  connected,  slow  and 


carefully  accented  mode  of  performance, 

1'ir.  An  Italian  adverb,  signifying  more. 
It  is  used  in  connection  with  other  words,  as 
piu  forte,  louder;  />w  allegro,  quicker. 

Poco.  An  Italian  adjective,  signifying  a 
little  ;  as  un  poco  piu  allegro,  a  litth  faster, 
crescendo  poco  a  poco,  increasing  little  by 
little,  or  very  gradually. 

Pomposo.      With  majesty,  and  dignity. 

Portamento  Di  Voce.  Literally  means 
a  carrying  of  the  voice;  technically  denotes 
the  melting  of  one  tone  into  another,  in  an 
extremely  close  and  connected  manner, 

Possibile.  Possible;  as  fortissiixo  quan- 
to  possibile,  as  loud  as  possible,  presto  quan- 
to  possibile,  as  fast  as  possible. 

Preghiera.      Italian  for  a  prayer. 

Presto.  An  Italian  word,  signifying  the 
quickest  time  used  in  music. 

Primo.  Feminine  Prima  ;  the  first,  or 
7/iost  important,  us  Primo  Violino,  Primo 
Basso,  Primo  Volia,  the  first  time,  &c. 

Quartett;  a  composition  in  four  parts, 
or  for  four  voices. 

Quasi;  as  if,  nearly,  like;  as  Andante 
Quasi  Allegretto,  fyc. 

Q.UINTETT;  a  piece  of  music  in  five  parts, 
or  for  live  voices. 

Rallentando,  Lentando,  or  Slen- 
tando;  ritarding  the  time,  gradually 
growing  slower  and  slower, — synonymous 
with  Ritardando,  Iiiteuuto,  and   Taidando. 

Recitando,  Recitante;  denotes  a 
tpi  ok  ing,  declamatory  manner  of  performing 
vocal  music. 

Recitativo,  or  Recitative;  b  spe- 
cies of  vocal  music,  which  differs  very  ma- 
terially both  in  rhythm  and  melody  from  the 
singing  style,  and  very  nearly  resembles 
declamation. 

Keligioso;  in  a  devout  serious  style. 

Kisoluto;    With  firmness  and  energy. 

Ritardando,  or  Ritard.  See  Ral- 
lentando. 

Rubato;  literally  robbed;    used  to   des- 


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ignate  an  arbitrary  disregard  of  the  regular 
time. 

Scena;  a  term  used  to  denote  a  portion 
of  an  opera  or  other  dramatic  performance, 
including  generally  a  recitative  and  cavatina. 

Scherzando;   in  a  playful,  gay  manner. 

Scmplice.  This  word  denotes  that  the 
music  is  to  he  performed  in  a  perfectly  sim- 
ple manner,  without  any  ornamental  notes, 
or  capricious  drawing  of  the   time,  &c. 

Sempre;  always,  or  continually, — as 
sempre  pianissimo,  very  soft  throughout 

Senza;  without— as  senza  organo,  with- 
out the  organ. 

Sestetto,  or  Sestett;  a  composition 
in  six  parts,  or  for  six  voices. 

Siciliano;  a  piece  of  music  in  6-8  meas- 
ure of  a  slow  movement. 

Signature;  the  sharps  or  flats  placed 
immediately  after  the  clef  to  determine  the 
key — (see  Elements.) 

Sino;  an  Italian  preposition,  meaning  as 
far  as;  as  sino  al  segno,  as  far  as  the  sign. 

Smanioso,  Con  Smania.  Expressing 
madness  and  phrenzy. 

Soave,  Soavemente;  same  as  Dolce, 
which  see. 

Solo;  plural  Soli.  An  Italian  adjective 
meaning  alone:  it  is  used  to  denote  a  compo- 
sition for  a  single  voice  or  instrument,  with, 
or  without  accompaniment.  When  the  word 
occurs  in  the  middle  of  a  chorus,  it  means 
that  only  one  voice  should  sing  the  part. 

Sonata.  A  short  piece  of  music  written 
especially  as  an  exercise  or  study  for  an  in- 
strument. 

Sopra.  An  Italian  preposition  meaning 
above,  over,  and  beyond,  as  come  sopra,  as 
above;  ottava  sopra;  the  octave  above. 

Soprano.  A  term  applied  to  the  highest 
part  of  compositions,  which  generally  compri- 
ses the  melody. 


Sostenuto.  Indicates  that  the  tones 
are  to  be  performed  in  a  sustained,  continu- 
ous manner,  being  held  out  to  their  full  value, 
and  closely  joined  to  each  other. 

Sotto,  means  under,  beneath;  as  sotto 
voce,  under  voice  or  with  a  suppressed  voice; 
olt aril  sotto,  the  octave  below. 

Staccato.  This  term  is  used  in  music 
to  denote  a  short,  detached,  distinct  method 
of  performance,  exactly  the  opposite  of  lega- 
to, or  sustained,  connected  style. 

Strepitoso,  Con  Strepito.  A  bust- 
ling, noisy  style  of  performance. 

Stringendo,  Stretto,  denotes  an  ac- 
celeration of  time,  and  is  nearly  synonymous 
with  accelerando. 

Subito.  In  a  quick,  hasty  manner,  as 
volli  subito,  or  V.  S.,  turn  over  quickly;  at- 
tacca  subito,  commence  immediately. 

Subject.  This  word,  in  music,  means 
a  musical  idea,  or  form  of  melody. 

Svegliato.      Brisk,  lively,  animated. 

Symphony,  (Italian,  Sinfonia,  French, 
Symphonie.)  This  word,  which  is  of 
Greek  origin,  primarily  meant  a  concordance 
of  tones,  any  music  in  general,  but  of  late 
years  is  used  only  with  reference  to  compo- 
sitions intended  for  instruments  alone,  with- 
out voices. 

Tace,  Si  Taccia, (Latin Tacet,Tacent.) 
A  phrase  placed  over  any  individual  part  of 
a  composition,  to  supersede  the  necessity  of 
rests,  when  a  prolonged  silence  is  to  be  indi- 
cated. 

Tasto.  An  Italian  word,  meaning  the 
touch,  and  hence  anythi ng  touched,  the  key 
of  a  Piano-Foite  or  Organ.  The  phrase 
Tasto  Solo,  abbreviated  T.  S.  or  simply  the 
word  Tasto  denotes  that  in  passages  thus 
marked,  the  Bass  only  is  to  be  played  with- 
out any  accompanying  chords. 


Temperament.  The  systematic  ad- 
justment of  tho  tuning  of  keyed  instruments, 
with  reference  to  the  different  relations  of 
tones. 

Tempo.     This  Italian  word  is  used  mere 
ly  to  denote  the    movement,  i.    e.  the    quick- 
ness or    slowness  of  the    beat;     a   measured 
symmetrical  time. 

Tenero,  Teneramente,  Con  Ten 
erezza.      With    delicacy  and   tenderness; 
nearly  synonymous  with  Dolce. 

Tenuto.  Synonymous  with  Sostenuto, 
which  see. 

Terzetto.  A  vocal  composition  for 
three  voices. 

Them  a,  (Italian  and  French  Tema.) — 
Greek  and  Latin  for  Subject. 

Thorough  Bass.  Tho  system  of  rep- 
resenting chords  by  figures,  sometimes  incor- 
rectly used  as  synonymous  with  harmony. 

Timoroso,  designates  a  style  of  perform 
ance  that  indicates  a  state  of  mind  agitated 
by  fear  or  hesitation. 

Tosto.       An    Italian    adjective,    meanin 
quick,  soon;  but  in    connection   with    piu,  it 
means  rather,  as  Andante,   piu.    tosto   Allr 
gretto,  Andante,  or  rather  Allegretto. 

Tranquillamente,  Con  Tranquil 
lita.      In  a  calm,  composed  manner. 

Tre.  Italian  for  three;  as  a  tre  voci,  for 
three  voices. 

Tremolo,  Tremando,  Tremulan- 
do.  Italian  words  denoting  a  tremulous, 
wavy  style  of  performance. 

Trio.  An  instrumental  composition 
three  parts  ;  this  word  is  sometimes  incor- 
rectly applied  to  vocal  compositions,  (see 
Terzetto.) 

Troppo.  An  Italian  adverb,  signifying  too 


much,  excessive;  as  non  troppo  Presto,  no 
too  fast. 

Tutti,  Feminine  Tutte.  Italian  adjec- 
tives meaning  all,  in  opposition  to  solo  or  soli; 
as  tutti  bassi,  all  the  basses. 

Un.  One,  or  a;  thus,  un  poco  piu  allegro, 
a  little  faster. 

Veloce,  Con  Velocita,  with  rapidity, 
velocity. 

Verse.  Synonymous  with  soli;  one  voice 
on  each  part. 

Vespers.  The  evening  service  of  the 
Catholic  Church,  consisting  mainly  of  certain 
( 'hints,  with  the  magnificat,  and  oftfn  di- 
versified by  various  anthems,  motelts,  &c. 

Vibrato.  A  sudden, violent,  darting  meth- 
od of  striking  a  tone,  nearly  synonymous  with 
Forzariulo. 

Vigoroso.  With  energy,  vigorously,  see 
risoluto. 

Vivace,  Vivo.  Words  used  to  indicate 
a  high  degree  of  animation  and  spirit  in  per- 
formance. 

Voce.  Italian  for  voice.  A  mezzo  voce, 
with  a  moderate  degree  of  force.  Voce  di 
petto,  the  chest  voice;  vocedi  testa,  the  head 
voice,  called  in  males,  the  falsetto. 

Volta.  Means  in  addition  to  various 
significations,  a  time,  as  prima  volta,  the  first 
time;   secouda  volta,  the  second  time. 

Voluntary.  This  word  formerly  used 
to  designate  any  extemporaneous  performance 
is  now  only  employed  with  reference  to  cer- 
tain pieces  played  before  service,  or  on  other 
occasions,  and  selected  at  the  will  of  the 
performer. 

Waltz.  A  German  word,  meaning  1st, 
a  particular  kind  of  dance,  and  2d,  a  piece 
of  music  of  a  peculiar  style,  written  in  3-4 
or  3-8  measure,  and  performed  allegro. 

Zeloso.  With  earnestness,  and  anima- 
tion. 


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1.   Great  Source  of  life  !  our  souls  con-fess  The  va-rious  rich-es     of    thy  grace  ;  Crowned  with  thy  mercy,  we  rejoice,   Aud  in  thy  praise  ex -alt    our  voice. 


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■1    These  lives  are  sacred      to   the  Lord ;  Kindled  by  him,    by   him  restored  ;  And,  while  our  hours  renew  their  race,  Still  would  we  walk  be-foro     his     bee. 


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1.     Jesus  shall  reign  where'er  the  sun     Does  his  sue  -  cessive  journies   run:    His  kingdom  stretch  from  shore  to  shore,  Till  moons  shall  wax  and  wane  no  more. 


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MILAN.       L.    M.  SIXLLNES. 


BEETHOVEN. 


53 


Con  Spirito. 


1.     What  must  it        be         to       dwell     a-    bove,       At  God's  right  hand,  where     Je  -  sus     reigns,        Since  the  sweet  ear- nest     of      his     love 


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2.  When  sin    no       more     ob  -  structs  our     sight,     When  sor- row    pains       our     hearts    no     more, 

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I     mount  to         my       ce  -    les  -    tial     seat,     And  wave  my      palm,     and     wear     my     crown,   And,  with  the     eld   -  ers,    cast  them    down. 

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HAYDN. 


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1.     The      Lord  my       pas  -  ture     shall     pre  -  pare,    And     feed      me 


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Guard    me,     my       Fa     -     ther,     while      I     rest:  And  as    each    morn-ing     sun     shall     rise,        O    lead  me       on  -  ward  to      the  skies! 

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HAYDN. 


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L.  H.  SOUTHARD. 


1.  Sweetls  tta  work,  my  God,  my  King.To  praise  thy  name,  give  thanks  and  sing;  To  show  thy  love  by  morning  light,  And  talk  of    all      thy      truth    at  night. 


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2    Sweet   is  the    day  of  sa-crod  rest ;     No  mortal  cares  shall  seize  my  breast :  0  may  my  heart  in  tune  be  found,  like  David's  harp     of       sol  -  emu  n  iund. 
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RUTLAND.    L.  M. 

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i     Gxeat  Lord  of  earth,  and  seas  and  skies  Thy  wealth  the  needy  world  supplies  :  And  safe  beneath  thy  guardian  arm.  We  live  secured  from      every  harm. 


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BAVARIA.    L.  M. 


P.  WINTER. 


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MOUNT  HOLLY.    L.  M.     No.  1. 


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1.     Show  pi  -  ty,  Lord;    0     Lord    for-give;    Let    a      re  -  pent  -  ing  reb  -  el    live:  Are  not  thy  mercies  large  and  free  ?  May  not  a  sin-ner  trust  in  thee  ? 


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1.     Do  flesh  and  nature  dread    to     die?  And  timorous  tho'ts,  our  minds  enslave?  But  grace  can  raise  our  hopes  on  high,  And  quell  the  terrors  of    the  grave. 

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3.  Thy     no  -  blest  wonders  here     we  view,  In   souls  renewed,  and  sins  forgiven :  Lord,cleanse  my  sins,  my  soul    re-  new,  And  make  thy  word,  my  guide  to  heaven. 


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2.  In  life's  short  day,  let   me     yet  more  Of  thy  en  -  livening  pow'r  implore ;  My  mind  must  deeper  sink  in   thee,  My  foot  stand  firm  from   wandering  free. 

3.  One  on-ly    care  my  soul  should  know,  Father,  all  thy  commands  to  do  :  Ah  !  deep  engrave  it  on   my  breast,  That  I      in  theo      a   -  lone    am  blest 

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His  soul,  well  fixed  Lord, 

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His  works  are  still  before  his  God  ; 
His  name  on  earth  shall  long  remain. 
While  envious  sinners  fret  in  vain. 


SPRINGTON.    L.  M. 


I'KrO    .TIOIHTJ1IO. 


AlliT.-ro  Modern  to 

1.     Lord,  I      -will     bless  thee  all  my  days  ;  Thy  praise  shall  dwell  upon  my  tongue  ;  My  soul     shall 


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3.      His     ho  -  ly       angels  pitch  their  tents  Around  the  men  that  serve  the  Lord ;  O      fear      and         love     him,    all  his  saints ;  Taste  of  his  graee,and  trust  his  word. 


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E  -  ter  nal  Source  of    eve  -  ry    joy!     Well  may  thy  praise  our  lips       employ,  While  in  thy     temple    we  appear,  Whose  goodness  crowns  the  circling     year. 


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3.  The  flowery  spring,  at  thy     command,      Embalms    the  air,  and  paints  the  land  ;  The  summer  rays  with  vigour   shine.  To  raise  the  corn,  and  cheer  the  vine. 


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L.  H.  SOITIIARD. 


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1.     Be  still,  my  heart !  these  anxious  cares  'J'"  thei  are  burdens,  thorns,  and  snares ;  They  cast  dishonor      on  thy  Lord,   A.nd  con-tra-dict  his  gracious  word. 

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From  BEETHOVEN. 


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3.  And  when  the  last  dread  hour  shall  come,  While  shuddering  nature  waits  her  doom,  This  voice  shall  wake  the   pi-ous  dead,  "  Lo,  it  is      I ;  be     not  a  -  fraid. 


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HAVRE.    L.  M. 

of  his  saints,  \\  hen  storms  of  sharp  distress  invade  ;  Ere   we   can    of  -  fer      our      complaints,  Behold  him  present      with      his     aid. 


2.  There    is     a  stream, whose  gen -tie  flow  Supplies  the    ci  -   ty      of  our  God ;  Life,  love,  and  joy  still  glid 

3.  That  sacred  stream, thine  ho  -  ly  word,  That  all  our  rag  -  ing  fear  controls  ;  Sweet  peace  thy  promi  -  ses      af  -  ford,  And  give  new  strength  to  faint  -  ing  souls. 


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4 
My  God  !  how  excellent  thy  grace, 

Whence  all  our  hope  and  comfort  springs! 
The  sons  of  Adam  in  disi 

Fly  to  the  shadow  of  thy  wings. 
5 
Life,  like  a  fountain,  rich  and  free, 

Springs  from  the  presence  of  my  Lord; 
And  in  thy  light  our  souls  shall  sec 

The  glories  promised  in  thy  word. 


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AKDOVER.    L.  M. 

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1.  While  Shepherds  watch'd  their  flocks  by  night,  All  seated  on    the  ground,       The  an-gel  of  the  Lord  came  down,  And  glory  shone  around,  And  glory     shone     a-  round. 


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3.     To  you  in     David's  town,  this  day  Is  horn    of    David's  line,  The  Saviour,  who  is  Christ  the  Lord,  And  this  shall  be  the  sign,  And  this  shall  be     the     sign. 


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3.  The  things  of    (.od  the  Spir  -  it     takes   And  shows  them    un  -  to       men;     The     contrite    soul  his     tern  -  pie  makes,  God's     im  -  age  Stamps    a    -    gain. 


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I«   Blest    is     the   man  who  fears      the       Lord;  lli>    well    es  -  tablished      mind,    In      every      varying  scene  of      life,  Shall  true    composure       find. 


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I  ho' dark  his    present       pros  -  pects       be,    And    sorrows  round  him     dwell,  Yet  hope  can   whisper     to     his     soul,  That  all  shall  is  -  sue     well. 


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1.  Times  without    number    have  I  prayed,  This       on  -  ly    once    for  -  give  ;    Relapsing  when     thy        hand  was  stayed,  And  suffered  me     to     live. 


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1.  Great  is  the  Lord:  his  works  of  might  Demand  our  noblest  songs:  Let      his        as  -  sembled    saints       u  -  nite  Their  bar mo    -    ny    of    tongues. 

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1.     Let  others  boast   how      strong  they     be,      Nor  death,  nor      dan  -  ger    fear;      But  we'll  confess,     O      Lord,  to  thee,  What  feeble  things  we      are. 


2.  Fresh  as  the  grass  our        bod    -    ies  stand,    And     flourish      bright    and    gay;         A  blasting  wind  sweeps  o'er  the  land,  And  fades  the  grass  a  -    way. 


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2.  'Tis  God's  all    -    an    -    i  -  mat  -  ing  voice  That  calls  thee  from    on     high;'Tis  his----  own  hand    pre  -  sents     the     prize     To  thine  as  -  pir  -  ing     eve. 

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1.     O  that  the  Lord  would  guide  my     ways         To    keep   his    statutes        still!         O  that  my  God  would  grant  me  grace  To        know      and    do      his      will! 


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:;.     Lord  God     of   Hosts,  thy       wondrous       ways     Are  Bung  by    saints    a  -  hove;  And  saints  on  earth  their  honours     raise      To    thine  un  -  changing    love. 


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1.     To  thee  my  God,  my  days  are  known  ;  My      soul  en    -joys  the  tho't ;  My  actions    all       be    -    fore  thy      face,    Xor      are       my      faults      for    -got. 


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].      Return,       0.     God    of      love — re  -  turn  ;  Earth    is  a        tiresome  place :  How  long  shall    we,  thy      cliil  -  dren,  mourn  Our       absence  from  thy     face? 


2.    Let  heaven  suc-cecd  our      pain  -  ful  years ;  Let      sin       and     sor  -  row  cease ;  And     in    pro  -  portion         to       our       tears,    So    make  our    joys    increase. 


I'hy  wonders       to     thy       servants    show,  Make  thine    own     work  complete  ;  Then  shall  our  souls  thy      glo    -  ry       know,  And  own    thy    love  was  great. 


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his  pow'r,  And    bless    his  won  -  drous  grace. 


2.   Lift  up  your  hands  by     morn-ing  light,  And  send  your  souls   on  high  ;  Raise  your  ad -mir  -  ing  thoughts    by  night,  A  -  bove  the     star-   ry       Bky. 


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B.  F.  BAKES 


1.     Thou  great  1'hy  -  si  -  cian     of      the    soul,  To  thee     I    bring  my    case;     My     rag -ing  nial  -  a  -    dy     con  -  trol,  And  heal  me      by      thy  grace 


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1.     Sing    to    the      Lord,     a    -   loud,    And    make     a         joy  -  ful       noise:    God    is  our  Strength,  our      Saviour    God:  Let         Is   -   rael     hear   his      voice. 

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3.   Fool  -  ish  fears,  and  fond  de- sires,  Vain     re-grets     for  things  as    vain,   Lips    too  seldom  taught  to  praise,  Oft    to     murmur    and  complain. 


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1.    Blest  In  -  structer,     from       thy     ways    Who  can  tell  how  oft  he  .strays  ?      Purge  me  from  the   guilt        that  lies  Wrapt  within     my  heart's  dis-guise. 


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1.     Soft  -  ly      now  the      light      of     day  Fades  up  -  on    our      sight      a-  way  ;  Free  from  care,  from  la  -  bor    free,  Lord,  we    would  commune  with     thee. 


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1.      Now     the   shades  of        night    are   gone;    Now      the      morning      light  is  come;    Lord,  may      we     be.      thine     to-day,  Drive  the  shades  of  sin    away. 


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2.       Fill      our    souls  with     heaven-ly      light;     Ran  -  ish    doubt,  and  clear  our  sight ;     In      thy       service,      Lord,    to-day,  May  we  stand,  and  watch  and  pray. 


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1.  Lo,  my  shepherd's  hand  divine  !  Want  shall    nevermore    be    mine:     In     a       pas-ture  fair  and  large     He  shall  feed   his     hap-py    charge. 


2.  When  I  faint  with  summer's  heat,   He  shall  lead  my    wea-ry     feet       To  the  streams  that  still  and  slow  Thro' the  verdant    meadows    flow. 


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3.     He  my  soul    a -new  shall  frame,  And,  his    mer-cy     to    pro  -  claim,  When  thro' devious  paths  I  stray,  Teach  my  steps  the  bet-ter     way. 


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I.     Sons  of  men,  be- hold  from     far,     Hail  the    long-ex  -  pect-ed     star!  Star    of  truth  that  gilds  the  night,  And  guides  bewildered  men  aright. 

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3.     Nations  all,  re  -  mote  and    near,  Haste  to     see  your  Lord  ap-pear;  Haste,  for  him  your  hearts  prepare.Meet  him  man-i-  fest  -  ed  there! 

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Andante   AfTelnoio. 


CHARLES  STREET.     7s.     six  lines,— or  short  anthem. 
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1.     Pil  -  grim    "orT        life's  rug  -  ged     way,  Toil  -  ing,   pant-    ing     thro     the       day, 


Words  bv  miss  Harriett  rionoll. 
Music  by  L.  H.  SOUTHARD. 


Ere  night's  shadows        on        us        fall, 


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woes,  and     hea  -  vy     care;  Pow'i 


2.  Give,     we     pray       thee,  strength  to     bear         Toils     and     woes,  and     hea  -  vy     care;  Pow'r  to     trust     that      guardian     love, 


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For     thine     aid       we     hum  •    bly     call.        We  would    strife       and     con  -  flict     flee;         Fa  -  ther,     we     would  come       to       thee. 


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1.      Peo  -  pie        of       the       liv    -    ing     God,      I        have  sought    the     world       around,  Paths  of  sin  and     sorrow  trod,  Peace  and  comfort    no  -  where  found; 


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Mine     the  God  whom  you    a-dore,  Your      Redeemer      shall       be     mine;    Earth  can      fill      my     heart     no    more,  Eve-  ry       i     -     dol         I  resign. 


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1.     Gently.  Lord,  0      gent-ly     lead  us  Thro' this  gloomy    vale  of    tears,  Thro' the  changes  thou'st  decreed  us,    Till  oar  last  great  change  appears. 

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2.      When  temptation's  darts  as  -  sail   us.  When  in    devious   paths  we   stray.    Let  thy    goodness    nev-er    tail    us.    Lead  us '   in     thy     perfect     way 
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1.      As    the     sun's  en  -  livening    eye      Shines  on     ev'-ry  place    the     same;     So     the  Lord    is     al  -  ways       nigh       To    the    souls  that  love  his    name. 


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1.   White,  with  ceaseless  course,  the  sun,  Hast-ed    thro' the     form-er  year,    Many     souls  their  race  have  run,  Never    more     to  meet  us  here! 


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Fixed      in     an     e  -  ter  -  nal     state,  They  have  done  with  all  be  -  low  ;  We  a     lit  -  tie    longer     wait ;     But  how  lit-tle  none  can  know. 

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ftly  thus  our   fleeting      days   Bear   us  down  life's  rapid  stream,  life's  rapid  stream  j  Upward,  Lord,  our  spirits  raise ;    \11  he-low  is  but  a   dream. 

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CORINTH.    7s. 


L.  II.  SOUTHARD. 


181 


1.   Hark  !  that  shout  of  rapt'rous  joy,  Bursting  forth  from  yonder  cloud  !  Jesus  comes  !  and  thro'    the  sky,  Angels  tell  their     joy  a  -  loud. 


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2.   See  !  the  Lord  appears  in     view  :  Heav'n  and  earth  before  him  fly  !  Rise,  ye  saints,  he  comes    for  you — Rise    to         meet     him 

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1.    Songs  of  praise  the     an  -  gels    sang,  Heav'n  with  hal-le  -  lu  -  jahs  rang, When  Je  -    ho  -  vah's  work  be -gun,  When  he  spake  and    it     was  done. 

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1.     Grateful    notes      and  numbers     bring,  While  Jehovah's  praise  we   sing;  Ho-ly,        ho-  ly,     ho  -  ly    Lord,  Be      thy         glo    -   rious   Name    a    -  dored. 


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2.     Men  on    earth,     and    saints  a  -   hove,  Sing  the  great  Redeemer's    love ;  Lord,  thy    mercies      never       fail ;  Hail,  Ce      -      les    -    tial     Goodness,     hail  I 


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1.     Now  may     fer  -  vent  prayer  a     -     rise,  Winged  with  faith,  and  pierce  the  skies  ;     Fer- vent  prayer  will  bring  us  down     Gracious    answers   from  the     throne. 


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2.     Shepherd     of      thy  blood-bought  sheep,  Teach  the    sto  -  ny  heart    to    weep;     Let    the  blind  have  eyes  to      see — See  themselves,  and  look  on      thee 


,;  While  the  gos  -  pel    call  the v   hear,     Ma>    thev  learn  to     love  and       fear. 


8.       Let  the     minds    of      all     our      youth     Feel     the     force   of      sa  -  Cred  truth ;  While  the  gos  -  pel    call  thev   hear,     Ma>    thev  learn  to     love  and       fear, 

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8s  &  7s.     Earthly  joys   no      Ion-  ger  please  us;  Here  would  we  renounce  them     all,       Seek    our      on  -  ly     rest    in     Jesus — Him  our  Lord  and   Mas-ter     call. 
Faith  our   languid     spir  -   its   cheering,  Points  to  brighter  worlds     a  -    bove,      Bids     us     look   for    his  ap  -  pearing — Bids  us    triumph       in    his     love. 

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1.  Heavenly    Spirit!    may  each  heart  Thro'  these  sa  -  cred  hours    be   thine ;  May  we  from    the  world  de  -  part,   Breathing     af-ter  things    di   -vino. 


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2.  Lead  us  forthwith    joy   and  peace,  To    thy     tem-ple     in     thy     ways ;  And  when  this  sweet  day  shall  cease,    May   its     sun     go  down  with  praise. 


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3.  May  thy     min  -  is  -  ters     de  -  clare    All  thy  word    of     truth  with  pow'r,  Till  the     sin-ner  bend     in     pray'r,  Conquered  in    that  might -y      hour. 

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L.  II.  SOUTHARD. 


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1.     Now     the  shades  of  night  are  gone ;    Now     the  morn-    ing  light     is  come  ;     Lord,  may    we  be      thine     to  -  dav  ;  Drive  the   shades  of   sin     a  -  way. 
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2.     Fill     our  souls  with  heavenly  light,    Ban-   ish  doubt,  and  cleanse  our  sight ;     In         thy  service,    Lord,    to-    day,     Help  us     la-  bor,   help  us  pray. 


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Saviour,  when  in     dust  to       thee,  Low  we      bow    th'ador  -  ing     knee : 


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1.     He  who  walks  in     vir  -    tue's     way,  Firm  and   fearless,  walk  -    eth     surely,      Dil  -  i  -  gent  while  yet 'tis     day,      On    he  speeds,  and  speeds  se-cure  -  ly. 


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2.    Flow'rs  of  peace  be  -  neath    him     grow,  Suns  of    pleasure   bright-  en  o'er  him  ;  Mem'ry's  joys  be-hind  him     go,     Hope's  sweet  angels    fly    be  -  fore   him. 

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2    Rich  dews  efface  come  o'er     us,      In     manyagen-tle  show'r,  And  brighter  scenes  be  -  fore     os     Are  opening  ev-Vy      hour, 

See  heathe'  n.-tion.     bend  -   ing     Be  -  fore  the  God  we  love,      And  .hoosandWart,  as-cend  -  ing      In  g,«l-i  -  tn<to    . -  tove, 

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A  ml  mitt-    Affetuogo. 


Scotch  JJelody. 


DUNROSSNESS.    S.  M.     double. 


195 


1.   Not     all     the     blood  of     beasts,     On       Jew-ish     al- tars  slain,      Could     give     the  guil- ty  conscience  peace,   Or     wash     a-   way  the    stain 


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3.   My     faith  would  lay     her     hand       On      that  dear  head  of     thine — While  like       a      pen  -  i    -tent   1  stand,     And     there  con  -  fess    my 


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2.     But     Christ  the  heav'nly   Lamb,     Takes     all     our     sins  a  -  way;       A         sac  -  ri  -    fice     of      no -bier  name,    And     rich-cr  blood  than   they 


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4.     My     soul  looks  back  to     see 


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The     bur  dens  thou  didst  bear, — When  hang  -  ing     on  the     curs-ed      tree — And     hopes  her  guilt  was  there. 


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Allesro  Mnoitono. 


MAKER.       8s.       PECULIAR. 


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1.    Blessed  be  thy  name  for  -  ev  -  er,  Thou  of  life  the  glorious  giver ;  Thou  canst  guard  thy  creatures  sleeping ;  Heal  the  heart  long  broke  with  weeping.Heal  the  heart  long  broke  with  weeping. 


Dill'* 


2.  Thou  who  slumb'rest  not  nor  sleepe9t,  Blest  are  they  thou  kindly  keepest;   Thou  of      ev'ry  good  the  giv  -  er,      .Blessed    be  thy  name  for  -  cv  -  er,  Blessed    bo  thy  name  forev  -  er. 


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PEACE.       8S    &    4,       PECULIAR. 
MAT    BE    OSED    As    A    HYMN',   OR    SHORT    ANTHEM,   FOR    FUNERAL    OCCASIONS. 


FRANZ  LACHNER. 


There  a       calm    for       those    who  weep,   A    rest       for      weary  pilgrims  found;  They  soft- ly   lie,  and  sweetly    sleep.    Low  in  the  ground. 

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CALVARY.    8s?  7s  &c  4. 

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197 

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1.     Hark  !  the  voice  oflove  and  mercy  Sounds  a  -  loud  from  Cal-va-ry;  See,    it  rends  the  rocks  a  -  sunder,  Shakes  the  earth,  and  veils  the  sky  !       "It     is      finished!" 


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2.         It      is     finished!  0  what  pleasure  Uo  these  precious  words  afford  !  Heavenly  blessings,  without  measure,  Flow  to     us  from  Christ  the  Lord  ;        It     is      finished! 
8.     Tune  vour  harps  anew,  ye    seraphs,  Join  to  sing  the  pleasing  theme  ;  All   on  earth,  and  all    in   heaven,  Join  to  praise   Emmanuel's    name; 


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"It      is       finished!"         Hear  the     Saviour,       dy    -    ing,     cry. 


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It      is       finished! —     Saints,  the     dy  -  ing    words     re  -  cord. 

Hal-le    -    lu  -jah!  Hal-le     -  lu  -  jah  ! 

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Glo  -  ry      to      the     bleeding    Lamb  ! 
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198 


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LITTLETON.    8s,  7s  &  4. 


L.  H.  SOt'THARD. 


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1.     Sinners  will  you  scorn  the  message,  Sent  in  mercy   from     above?    Every  sentence,  O  how    tender  !  Eve  -  rv    line  is      full     of  love  ;  Listen       to 


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2.      O,     ye    angels,    hovering  round  us,  Waiting  spirits,  speed  your  way,  Hasten    to  the  court  of    heaven,  Ti  -  dings  bear  without      delay  :  Reb  -  el     sin  -  ners 


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Every    line  is      full      of      love. 


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Glad  the  message  will        o    -    bey. 


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THOMAS.     8s,  6  &  4 

\  mla  ii  ic  Sotlenulo. 

33E 


5-6 


B.  F.  BAKER. 


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1.   Our  blest  Redeemer  when  he  breath 'd  His  tender,  last  fare  well,  A  Guide,  a  Comforter  bequeathed, With    us     to  dwell. 

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2.  He  came  in  tongues  of  living  (lame, To  teach,convince,subdue  ;  All  powerful  as  the  wind  became,  As     viewless    too. 


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2.  He  came,  sweet  influence  to  impart,  A  gracious, willing  guest,  While  he  can  find  one  humble  heart,  Wherein     to     rest 


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C     J      #  7  6  1 5 


ST.  DUNSTAN.     7s  &  6s.     (Peculiar.) 


From  PAEE. 


109 


Allegro. 

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1 .  Rise,  my    soul,  and  stretch  thy  wings, Thy  bet  -  ter     por  -  tion  trace ;  Rise  from  tran  -  si  -    to  -  ry  things,  Towards  heav'n  thy  native  place. 


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2.     Riv  -  ers     to     the       o-  cean  run,   Nor    stay     in     all  their  course:  Fire,  as-cend  -  ing,  seeks  the  sun;  Both  speed  them  to  thei 


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Sun  and  moon  and    stars  de  -  cay;  Time  shall  soon  this  earth     re -move;  Rise   my  soul,  and  haste  a     way     To    seats  pre-pared  a-bove. 

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So     a     soul  that's  born     of    God,  Pants  to  view  his     glo  -  rious    face;   Up-ward  tends  to     his      a  -  bode,  To  rest       in     his     em-brace. 


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200 


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WICKLOW.    8s,  7s  &  4. 


L.  H.  SOUTHABD. 


aE39 

1.     In    the     floods  of  trib- u  -  -  la- tion, While  the  bil-lows    o'er  me     roll,         Je-sus     whispers  eon  -  so  -    la-  tion,  And  sup-ports  my  fainting  soul ;     llal-le- 


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2.     In    his     dark -est    dis-pen-   sa  -  tions,  Faithful  doth  the  Lord  ap-  pear,   With  his     rich-est  con  -  so  -  -  la  -  tions,  To  re    -an-  i  -  mate  and  cheer :  Sweet  at- 


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-     -    -  lu  -  jah,    Hal  -  le  -  lu  -  jah.  Hal  -  !e  -  hi  -  jah.Praise  the  Lord. 

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TANDELLE.    8s,  7s  &  4. 

Con  Spirlto. 


-     flic-tion,  Sweet  af-  flic  -  tion,  Thus  to  bring   my     Saviour    near. 

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1.     On    the  mountain's  top    ap-pear-ing,    Lo!  the      sa  -  cred  her  -  aid  stands; 


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2.     God,  thy  God    will  now    re  -  store  thee,  He    himself     a  p- pears  thy  friend: 


201 


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Welcome  news  to     Zi  -  on    bearing,     Zi-on     long  in     hos-tile  lands.  Droop-ing     cap-tive!       Droop -ing     cap-tive!     Godhiru-  self  will  loose  thy  bands. 


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All  thy  foes  shall  flee  before  tbee;  Here  their  boasts  and  triumphs  end  :  Great    de  -  liv'rance —     Great    de  -    liv'rance —    Zi  -  on's  King  vouchsafes    to     send. 

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B.  F.  BAKER. 


MUTABILE.    7s. 


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Glo  -  ry     be     to     God    on    high,         God,  whose  glo-ry  fills    the     sky, 

-     -  | -,  -  ->-  -|H — (*• IS  — 


Peace    on  earth   to     man     be     giv'n,     Man,    the  well  -    be  -    loved    of  heav'n 


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Glo-ry     be      to    God    on    high, God,  whose  glory  fills   the     sky,  Peace   on  earth  to      man    be     giv'n,    Man,    the  well  -    be  -  loved   of  heav'n. 

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202 


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1.     As  flows  the     rap  -  id       riv  -  -  er,  With  ciian-ncl  broad  and     free,  Its     wa-ters     rippling      ev  —  er,  And  hast'ning  to    the    sea: 


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2.     So     life     is       on  -  ward     flow  -  ing,   And  days     of    of  -  fered  peace,  And  man  is     swift-  \y       go  -    ing  Where  calls  of  iner  -  cy  cease. 


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UNION.        GS.  ,,  K.BAKER. 

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1.      I       feel  with  -  in       a       want     For       ev  -  er       burning     there;  What  I  so     thirst     for,     grant,  O     thou     who  hear- est     pray'r. 


J    This     is     the    thing     I     crave,     A     like  -  ness      to      thy     Son;     This  would    1     rath-    er     have,  Than  call     the  world    my    own. 

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HLROLD. 


203 


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1.     Now      ye       nee  -  dy,     come     and  welcome,     God's   free    boun  -  ty       glo    -    ri  -  fy ;  True     be    -  lief     and     true      re  -  penfc-ance, 


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1.     Yes,  my     na  -  tive     land,  I     love  thee ;  All  thy  scenes  I     love    them  well. 


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Al  -  migh-ty     God,  thy  wondrous  works  Of  prov  -  i-dence  and  grace,  An  an-  gel's  per  -  feet  mind  ex-ceed,  And    all    our  pride     a  -  base. 


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I       shall  be    well  sup-plied:   Since    he     is  mine,  and     I       am     his,  What    can     I  want  be-  side? 


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1.  Come,  thou   Almighty   King!  Help  us  thy  name  to  sing;  Help  us  to  praise!    Father    all    glo  -  ri  -  ous,  O'er  all  vie  -to  -  ri  -  ous,  Come  and  reign  o  -  ver  us,      Ancient    of   days! 


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2.  Come,  thou  all-gracious  Lord !  By  heaven  and  earth  adored, Our  prayer  attend !  Come,  and  thy  children  bless ;  Give  thy  good  word  success ;  Make  thine  own  holiness     On      us    descend ! 

3.  Never    from  us     depart;     Rule   thou  in  every  heart,  Hence,  ev  -  er-  more!  Thy  sov'reign  ma-jes  -  ty    May  we  in      glo  -  ry     see,  And  to      e   -  ter  -  ni  -  ty       love  and  a  -  dore. 


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■i      and    sorrow,  Filled  with  dismay;    Wait  not  for    to-morrow.  Yield  thee  to-day ;  Hcav'n  bids  thee  come,  While  yet  there's  room,Child  of  sin  and  sorrow.  Hear  and  obey. 


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^P^-       «■      D0UBLii  WINTER.  209 


1.     I        long  to     be-hold    him    ar  -  rayed    With  glo-  ry   and  light  from  a  -  bove— The  King  in  his     beauty   dis  -  played,His   beau-ty  of     ho  -  li  -  est  love : 


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I        languish  and  sigh    to      be     there,  Where  Jesus  has  fixed  his    a  -  -  bode  :     O  when  shall  we  meet  in    the    air     And    fly    to    the  mountain   of    God. 


But  when  on     thy     bo  -  som    re  -  clined,  Thy  face  lam  strengthened  to   see,        My    ful-ness  of    rapture     I      find,     My    heaven  of    heavens,    in    thee 


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1.     'Tie   finished!  the     con-flict  is     past,  The    heav-en-born    spir-it    is     fled;     Her  wish  is       ac  -  eom-plished  at     last,  And  now  she's  entombed  with  the  dead. 


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2.     No  sick-ness,     or      sor-row,  or     pain,  Shall  ev  -  er    dis   -  qui  -  et  her  now  ;  For  death   to  her      spir  -    it     was    gain,  Since  Christ  was  her  life  when  below. 

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The  months  of  af-   flic  -  tion  are   o'er,  The  days  and  the  nights  of    dis  -  tress  ;     We   see  her      in      an  -  guish  no  more — She  has  found    a      hap  -  py     re  -  lease. 

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MARION.       P.M.  B.F.BAKEB.  211 

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1.     Ye       servants    of       God,     Your  Master    pro  -  claim,  And     pub-lish    a  -  broad  His  won  -der  -ful  Name:  The  name  all  vie  -  to-rious  Of 


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L.  B.  BARNES. 


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Je  -  sus     ex  -    tol;      His  kingdom  is    glo  -  ri-ous,  And  rules    o  -  yer     all. 


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tri  -  umph  shall  sing    As-crib-mg   the  sal-va-tion  To     Je  -  sus  our    King. 


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1.     Rise,  crowned  with  light,     im-  pe-rial     Sa-lem,      rise! 


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2.     See      a     long     race     thy    spacious  courts  a  -  ilorn, 


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L.  II.  SOUTHARD. 


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J.  WATERS. 


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HYMN.    "AS  EVERY  DAY  THY  MERCY  SPARES." 


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SUITABLE    FOR    THE    OPENING    OR    CLOSE    OF    PUBLIC    WORSHIP. 


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